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Ive changed front pads before and don't believe the front disks will be much of an issue, however I need to do all the disks and pads on the car now.

I have all the parts (reusing existing bells/hats and hardware) and am aware the rears also have brake shoes for handbrake.

When changing the rears, is there particular protocol for setting / resetting the handbrake shoes and is it a swine to remove the rear disks?

I just did front and rear disks and pads on my Q7. Front were fine. Got hacked off / ran out of time with the rear disks / shoes in the end and paid a garage to reassemble as they were rubbing. So wary getting into it with the GT-R

Any tips or advice would be much appreciated.
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