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    Be aware performance pads like EBC Red stuff's will probably squeal for normal driving, i have them fitted front and rear and they squeal when cold but are fine when hot doesn't bother me though.

    CRN are great, i bought my complete setup from them, Drilled/grooved discs, Redstuff pads & braided brake lines.
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    Nice one Tiff, Thanks for the info


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    Make sure you put some copper grease on the hub after fitting the new disc, stops the alloy corroding onto it and getting stuck.
     
     

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    I'm selling a set of new (unused in the box) EBC Ultimax (OEM replacement front pads that should fit you car bud

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...ds-e46-t81276/
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    Nice one Guys.

    Thanks Dan for your offer. But i'll probably get a better deal because am buying both pads and discs


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    No worries
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    Just spoke to CRN. Sound Guys. Gave me advise about brake disc. Advised me to go for the Groove as the Drill one's tend to crack over time.

    Got a Price for the Front £61.54 for the pair and 21.24 for the pads. The Disc are padded coated.

    Sound Reasonable?


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    Worth going for guys?


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    Quote Originally Posted by tailorbmw View Post
    Worth going for guys?
    iirc they use Pagid discs and machine them in house, if you're after grooved discs then you'll be hard pressed to get better quality cheaper.

    oh I've Pagid discs and pads all round, also supplied by CRN, absolutely no complaints
     
     

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    which pads are these? 20 odd quid isnt redstuff money...anything else will leave loads of dust with a grooved disc.
    oh and my redstuff dont squeal???are the springs fitted in the caliper correctly?
    what i've felt,what i've known
    never shined through in what i've shown.

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