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Old 14-11-2012, 10:08 AM   #1
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Question Change brake servo or not??

I have sourced all parts for brake and hub upgrade to gtst hubs and brakes and plan to start doing it later in the week. My only question is do i need to upgrade to gts-t Servo aswell? spoke to a few people and some people are telling me i need to but then i know a couple of people that have not upgraded and everything works fine. Input will be appreciated
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Much appreciated mate. i have everything else and plan to do it tomorrow. I couldnt see there being a problem and my mate has not had any problems either. good stuff
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