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These any good?



  Liquid Yellow 182 FF
I'm in need of new brakes all round, mainly the rears but the fronts need doing also.

I have been looking at the best place to get genuine Renault ones as I'm not planning on tracking the Clio and I think the OEM ones will be just fine. Just had a look on ebay and stumbled apon these:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CLIO-182-...arts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item45f75235f6

My knowledge of brake brands etc isn't so good and wanted to know if they are worth buying?? If not could anyone point me a good direction?

Cheers,
Mark
 

Matt W

ClioSport Club Member
  Suzuki Jimny
You'll need to fit bearings to the rear discs....

Also, brembo HC fronts with DS25000000000 pads. Sorted.
 
  RB 182
Get genuine rear pads and discs (they come with bearings / abs rings already fitted)

Brembo HC and DS2500 up front if you fancy some better stopping power, although standard stuff is pretty good if you're not tracking it.

Let me know if you need a hand mate, not too far from you and just changed mine'
 
  182
only use genuine rear discs!!! PM T21ads he is the cheapest on here.

Get brembo hc and brembo pads front and rear off G172
 
  182
I would say for the font discs and pads plus rear pads off G172 would be circa £100 and rear discs around the same!
Remember buy cheap buy twice;)
 
  Liquid Yellow 182 FF
I would say for the font discs and pads plus rear pads off G172 would be circa £100 and rear discs around the same!
Remember buy cheap buy twice;)

Gahh, I know but I don't want to spend s**t loads as I'd need to get them fitted to :(
 
  182
I would say fit them yourself but don't if you are unsure n what to do. maybe ask a local member to help fit them? if not you would be looking around 1-2hrs labour dependant on the garage/specialist fitting them.

If you was closer i would have changed them for a few beer tokens
 
  Liquid Yellow 182 FF
I would say fit them yourself but don't if you are unsure n what to do. maybe ask a local member to help fit them? if not you would be looking around 1-2hrs labour dependant on the garage/specialist fitting them.

If you was closer i would have changed them for a few beer tokens

Well I've got a rough price from James from Stone Automotive so I'd probably get him to do it. Shame your not nearer :( I've just PM'd G172 to get prices sorted for disks/pads all round. I've changed pads before on my previous Clio, and I probably could do the disks but I'm not confident enough to and with them being a key safety feature I don't fancy the risk.
 

KielT

ClioSport Club Member
  Arctic 182, GTD
Go on ECP website, pagid pads and discs on the front, pagid pads on the rear and snr discs on the rear, all OEM quality, and I think u get 25% at the moment, do a click and collect, go pick them up and fit, sorted and saved money :)
 

sbridgey

ClioSport Club Member
  182 + 325i
You need to buy genuine rear discs and they come with pads IIRC Fred charges £110 for them
 


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