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What type of brakes is least subject to failure in the winter?
There is a lot of snow in the winter where I live. Different kinds of snow; soft, sticky, wet, etc. And ice too. It can get pretty cold: -25 °C (-15 °F). We drop salt, sand and gravel on our roads. ...
Sep 1 '10 at 2:51
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