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I recently had my rear brakes replaced ( Shoes & machined drums) at 65,000 KLMS on my 2007 Silverado. The Dealer indicated I had less then 2 mm on the brake shoes yet my front discs still had 6mm. I don't do excessive towing other then occasionlly my sons boat and my trailer . On my last truck (2001 Chevy 1500HD) I replaced the rear brakes (disc type) at 95,000 KLMS. I just found it odd that I needed to do the rear brakes at 65k this time.
Does this sound as normal wear?
Any feedback would be appreaciated.
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