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1993 Yamaha Timber Wolf 250 front brakes

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Hello folks, 

Total newb here, but I just ordered both front and back brakes and they are identical. 

There is a video on you tube for the back install, does anyone know if the front install will be the same? 

Thanks!

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What did you find out?

Were they the same?

I also have (2) 93 Timberwolf's, but I haven't done the brakes yet.

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