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Old 07-31-2018, 03:50 AM
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On offer at the moment. Are these any good? What about recommendations on new pads while I'm at it please.
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On offer at the moment. Are these any good? What about recommendations on new pads while I'm at it please.
Using Pagid rear discs myself at the moment, very high quality, buy with confidence
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Old 07-31-2018, 04:26 AM
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I did ask and he said there was no access through the wheel arch which is right. But I was told that there is access through the rear light area or drilling through the door pillar. Was looking for someone who has had this done previously. To confirm its possible etc. Thanks.
That is part of the problem - the front part of the damage is difficult to access.

The other part which is difficult to tell from the photos is that the metal looks stretched and therefore won't go back, without heating it red and hitting it with a wooden mallet to 'shrink' it. But that needs the eye of an experienced panel beater. And I am very much an amateur...
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Using Pagid rear discs myself at the moment, very high quality, buy with confidence
Thanks, any of these pads any good/suitable please

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Old 07-31-2018, 08:30 AM
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Tom at TGM recommends Pagid discs and pads for road use. That's good enough for me!
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Pagid pads are perfect for road use, they didn't fade on the Ring either.
Don't buy Eicher pads
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Old 07-31-2018, 12:21 PM
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Can anyone tell me which pagid pads I need from the picture above please. I have a 2004 facelift s2000

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Sorry mate, no clue.
I will check my ECP invoice and let you know..
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The rear set I bought was 101600148 so neither of those two. How much difference can there be? Just buy both and return the set you don't use....
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The rear set I bought was 101600148 so neither of those two. How much difference can there be? Just buy both and return the set you don't use....
I like you, you seem smart.

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