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Old 29-03-19, 10:08 PM   #11
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Are these front discs so different to earlier models?

Bought a set of front pads for 30 ish recently in an ECP sale. Not fitted yet.

Pair of discs currently 62.
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Old 30-03-19, 10:48 AM   #12
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Just been quoted 560 for replacing front discs and pads at a Peugeot dealer...


Makes the 260 I've been quoted seem like quite a steal then.
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I would say 40k miles is actually pretty good for a set of pads but i really doubt you need discs too.

We got about 20k miles out pads on the taxis and done discs every 3rd set of pads
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Rang the dealer to check the price and apparently it was a 'mistake'...

Can get them done for 199 using Peugeot approved parts. The parts alone from Euro Car parts would cost around 160 so for the sake of 40 it doesn't really make any sense to them myself.

Car due for a service next month so will get them done at the same time.
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I agree. Mine is booked in on Friday to get them done.
55K on the clock
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Old 13-04-19, 11:53 AM   #16
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Just had Peugeot dealer do free check over

308 sw 1.2 130 GTline 2017 15,000 miles

Front pads 8mm ,manufactures recommend minimum 6mm

Back pads 8mm ,manufactures recommend ,minimum 6mm

Car has been mainly used for town driving. Just bought the car.

The tyres 3.5 mm front 225/40r18 rear 4.7 mm .Tyre wear seems to be high on the front

Also they recommended oil top up but I checked and it did not need it !
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Front tyres always wear quicker, especially if the right foot is heavy.
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I agree the front tyres will always wear faster on a front wheel drive car. Having driven mainly front wheel drive cars but I would expect near 30,000 before they reached 2 mm. The tyres are Michelin 225/40r18 . They are also show problems of a common problem of cracking along the tread at the bottom of the treat.
Tyres are dated as 2016 so three year old tyres with cracking. Not an MOT failure unless they get a lot worse.
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Front tyres usualy would wear faster no matter on a front or rear wheels drive.
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