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How much am i looking to pay fora set of new brake pads? Im just looking at buying them - not labour etc. Thanks Car is a Fiat punto 1.2. W reg. Brake pad i need is for passenger side fro… Read More
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
How much am i looking to pay fora set of new brake pads?

Im just looking at buying them - not labour etc.

Thanks


Car is a Fiat punto 1.2. W reg. Brake pad i need is for passenger side front.
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
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1 Like #1
they come in a set of two and i would think around £20 for the set
http://www.carparts-direct.co.uk/Brake_Pads_Front_Detail.cfm
#2
Thanks - You reckon its worth going to a brakers yard or will i not save much?
1 Like #3
vengod
Thanks - You reckon its worth going to a brakers yard or will i not save much?


When it comes to things like your brakes I'd say new is the only way.
1 Like #4
Don't buy from a breakers yard, the car could be there because of failed brakes.

As far as I am aware pads can not be purchased for a single wheel, even if they could you should change all the pads/discs on the same axle, as different pads could cause the car to pull to one side.

If you have vastly uneven brake wear, you need to find out the cause of this.
1 Like #5
natversion1
When it comes to things like your brakes I'd say new is the only way.


Yep, definitely wouldn't go for 2nd hand pads for the sake of £20
#6
Okay thanks.

Im skint you see so trying to go cheap.

In the last 2 weeks..

My exhaust back box went
Window wiper motor broke
and now brakes :(
1 Like #7
I agree, for the price u better of puitting newe on as the bed into the discs quicker than trying to put on old discs.
#8
vengod
Okay thanks.

Im skint you see so trying to go cheap.

In the last 2 weeks..

My exhaust back box went
Window wiper motor broke
and now brakes :(


That's the joy of cars.

You might be skint, but it's better than being dead if your brakes fail :thumbsup:
#9
vengod
Okay thanks.

Im skint you see so trying to go cheap.

In the last 2 weeks..

My exhaust back box went
Window wiper motor broke
and now brakes :(


I feel for you, my battery died, then the brakes and finally the gearbox.

But seriously it's better to sell some stuff or ask someone for some cash than to risk your life and other peoples.
1 Like #10
Brakes are probably the most important part on a vehicle, If you can't stop correctly then you risk your own and other road users safety.

General advice is if you go anywhere near the brake pads then you should change them, If they become contaminated then theirs the chance your brakes could fail, Burn out etc.. You should always change both sides to ensure even wear and even braking.

Should always use new pads
#11
Thanks for the advice...will leave rep in due course.

Gonna pop into halfords today
#12
I don't know if he delivers or not but Billy's in Bedford is a lot cheaper than Halfords
01234 356325
#13
vengod
Thanks for the advice...will leave rep in due course.

Gonna pop into halfords today


Try your "Yellow Pages" Look under 'Car accessories", and give 1 or 2 a call.

I don't know if you live in a city, but independents are always cheaper than Halfords where I live.
#14
Managed to fix them

Got them for £16 :)

THanks
#15
vengod
Managed to fix them

Got them for £16 :)

THanks


All good in the end :p

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