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Ducati Issues Rear Brake Recall on many 2012 models

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lmao ya dont say

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the friction material on the rear brake pads may detach from the backing plate, resulting in a drop in rear braking efficiency and increased stopping distance.

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A drop in "sportbike rear braking efficiency" is like a drop in "Miata luggage carrying capacity".
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A drop in "sportbike rear braking efficiency" is like a drop in "Miata luggage carrying capacity".
we all know how much that would suck lmao
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u wana share

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