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That's why I learned how to work on cars. I have done almost all of my own maintenence and repairs on my cars that have been driven a combined 600K miles over the years. Brakes, oil changes, plug changes, timing belts, etc.

I just did the 30K on my Charger and installed double platimum plugs for a little longer life. I was surprised how time consuming it was to change 16 plugs. That can't be cheap at the dealer.

I am starting to feel a vibration on braking and I think the rotors are starting to warp a bit. I would likely be classified as a more aggressive braker.
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