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    Brake Pad suggestion

    Hi folks,

    I will need to change my brake pad soon for my 1.6

    as I have a chance of changing it which brand would be great value of money and does a great job ??

    I heard something about EBC but anything else??

    Thanks for your help and suggestion

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    Personally, I would just go with standard
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    Yeh standard for me too just replaced my rear ones this morning!

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    Eurocarparts have a special on at the moment. 30% off brake pads. I'd go for some decent OE equivalents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boydie View Post
    Personally, I would just go with standard
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    Are the rears a DIY job? I know you need a special tool to wind back the pistons on the front.

 

 

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