Brake discs
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Passed MOT.:thumbsup:
Advisory for corroded discs.:dislike:
Been trawling ebay for replacements and come up with 2 sizes.
One 266mm diameter and one 283mm, slight difference in thickness aswell.
Here is the link to the Apec braking website:
http://www.apecbraking.co.uk/search.php?...nge=622646
Any help?
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I had the same issue a while back...Eurocarparts (from memory) said that they would just need to see the disc.

On another note, would nip into ECP for replacements, rather than FraudBay Smile
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(17-10-2011, 09:44 PM)j90xxx Wrote:  Been trawling ebay for replacements and come up with 2 sizes.
One 266mm diameter and one 283mm, slight difference in thickness aswell.

Any help?

Send me a Vin of your Berlingo and i'll tell you what disks do you need.

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Wonder if pk has any part numbers?
Noticed a little "ESP" by the second part no.
Guessing could be "stability control" option? Possibly?
Sure pk will provide the required information...:thumbsup:
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Thank you, pk.
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(18-10-2011, 07:21 PM)j90xxx Wrote:  Thank you, pk.
Go to Eurocarparts and put in your reg - it will tell you the ones you need.

You can also order online from Brakes International
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#7
Thank you, but ECP no help.
They list 2 different sizes too for my Berlingo.
Will send the VIN to pk and see what he comes up with.
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#8
Pk. Have sent you PM with VIN number.
Thank you.
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#9
j90xxx.
See PM
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#10
When changing mine found that the main dealer was only £8 dearer than the local car spares place. Perfect part perfect fit.

Not saying you're using them but Apec discs in my last experience on an Astra were shocking. 3 pairs of discs tried and every time the brakes were applied shakey steering wheel and pulsing brake pedal.

Local store and Apec would have it, so replaced with OEM GM parts and everything okay. Got my money back in the end, but Apec rep still told me there was nothing wrong with there discs, yeah OK i said!

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