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Jono's MOT failure issues

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Jono's MOT failure issues

Post  wezgit daan saaf on Sun Nov 22, 2009 10:13 pm

A bit late coming in on this one but I part own and run an Mot station,the spacers would not be a failure,as long as the wheel was tight,that is sufficient for the Mot test,however,the corroded brake backplate should have failed as any "excessive" corrosion within 30cm of a brake mounting (i.e. the wheel cylinder) should fail. Hope that is of some help.
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