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registering Posted - 04/12/2012 : 11:18:31
So my left rear brakes were squealing after swapping them back to street use and after putting up with it for a while I took them apart to see if I could spot anything amiss. Stuck between my rotor and dust shield I found this:

Sure enough its skull was preventing one brake pad from gripping the rotor completely, which surprised me as I would've thought the pressure would've crushed it easily but it's a tough little skull. I have new found respect for the structural integrity of a lizard's skeleton!


Always check your brakes for lizards!

2007 Silver Miata Sport
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registering Posted - 04/30/2012 : 19:28:39
Well if it was a tourist he picked the wrong miata to hitch a ride on. :)

2007 Silver Miata
mdavis Posted - 04/26/2012 : 21:38:55
It is not a native reptile!

Michael D.
Porsche Cayman S #17
The management Posted - 04/17/2012 : 13:45:15
That's a touching story, Josh. Too bad the lizard was touching the rotor!

Drive Well, The management

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