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  1. stoakseya4

    stoakseya4 Active Member

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    Is it easy taking a light rust off disc brakes?
    I've come across a set of GMBH drilled discs...

    :beerchug:
     
  2. smo

    smo TDi Power

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    How light??

    Surface rust will dissapear the first time you brake, however if its any more than that beware!
     
  3. juice

    juice New Member

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    can you not get the discs skimmed?

    Torque of the devil in Uxbridge (middx) can do this for your
     
  4. 130tc

    130tc New Member

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    It might appear as surface rust and you maybe able to remove it with a brillo pad But Get them skimmed, its not too expensive but when it comes to brakes, its not worth risking it!
     
  5. davs4

    davs4 New Member

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    I can get them skimmed, but thickness of disc is the important part.
     
  6. stoakseya4

    stoakseya4 Active Member

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    The rust was actually quite bad, so I never bothered with. Went with the Cayenne brakes, like davs4 has/had...

    Who does a nice job of skimming by the way!

    I need to get my discs reduced Dave by a few mm. Would I be able to get them done same day at yours? Drive up, take them off, leave the car at yours, get em done? Gonna be a right biyatch otherwise...
     
  7. davs4

    davs4 New Member

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    Give me a ring tomorrow Carl and I can fit you in for skimming :salute:
     

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