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MikeG
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MikeG Nov 29, 2:33pm - #337955 

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2001 Toyota Celica

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London
New Brakes

I need new Discs and pads all around and have been quoted 518 uk pounds or about $850 us dollors the cars done 72000 miles is this about how long they should last and is it a good price as I don't fancy doing the work myself.. The discs are really buggered and scored and have started to grind.
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tido
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tido Nov 29, 2:36pm - #337956 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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Omaha, NE
sorry bro, notta lotta people know what that number is...well i dont at least...you might have to re type that for the non multi-talented money crossover, mofos...
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Polykarb
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Polykarb Nov 29, 6:37pm - #337957 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Tampa, Florida
get the AEM brake kit. I think it's fairly inexpensive. check out AEM's website.

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Kim
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Kim Nov 29, 8:32pm - #337958 
2002 Red Toyota Celica GT
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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changing out your brakes isn't that hard i'd say about a 3 hr job for all four. Best way and cheapest way to do it is to find OEM replacemnets made by a reputable company and then get some hawk HPS pads and just replace them. if you buy brembo replacements they come pre-turned so no need to grind them. just install.

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Kim
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Kim Nov 29, 8:33pm - #337959 
2002 Red Toyota Celica GT
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Bellflower, CA
if you still don't want to install your self just get all those parts and take it to a shop and have them install.

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