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Nightmare...little help & advise please?

Gary Ho May 18, 2018 at 12:36 AM

  1. Gary Ho

    Gary Ho New Member

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    Got the car 2 weeks ago just before my birthday, swapped it for my Subaru Impreza 2.0 GX N/A
    I was prepared I needed to spend a bit of money on it as it was neglected and needed a bit of tlc.

    So far I had 2 front window regulators, new lights new front grills, timing belt kit and water pump rear pads...

    Now I got someone to fit the rear pads few days ago and they suggested I should really get discs soon too, I got a second opinion today and someone to check the car over...He suggested I need a rear coil spring on driver side, set of front brake pads, and rear discs

    Looked on Euro car parts and there’s 4 sets of Front Brake Pads £180 (£120 after discount) and on GSF there is 2 listed (£44.40 after discount) I’m thinking to get both sets from GSF and return the set I don’t need? Rather than forking out for 4 sets at Euro lol

    Euros it’s £100 for spring (£70 after discount)
    GSF £121 (£72.60 after Discount)

    GSF have 3 sets of Rear Discs listed
    245mm Solid £51.00 (£30.60 after Discount)
    255mm Solid £55.00 (£33.00 after Discount)
    288mm Soid £79.00 (£47.30 after Discount)

    Euros also have 3 Sets of Pagid rear Discs at the £69.98 255mm Solid (£46.89 after Discount)
    £123.98 288mm Solid (£83.07 after Discount)
    £131.98 300mm Vented (£88.43 after Discount)

    Can I just got for any discs or should I got with pagid as I just had new pagid rear pads?

    Reg is GJ55 KWB

    Thanks In advance

    P.s here’s a pic of the car yesterday after cleaning on a nice day for you to admire :p
     

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  2. pauldazzle

    pauldazzle Well-Known Member

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    Go for Pagid or Brembo discs/pads from ECP:thumbs up:.
     
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  3. Gary Ho

    Gary Ho New Member

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    Thanks Paul, the cheapest set will do?
     
  4. pauldazzle

    pauldazzle Well-Known Member

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    You need to find out which size discs are fitted to your car first. ECP can normally pin down which size you have if you give them a call or use their live chat.
     

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