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Old 15-07-11, 08:15 AM   #1
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could any one tell me the type of brake pads i need for my Peugeot 407 se ,2 lt Hdi . on a 55/06 plate

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Old 15-07-11, 06:34 PM   #2
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How do you mean what type?? I take it which brand do people recommend, as there is only going to be one brake pad that fits
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maybe this helps
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Old 16-07-11, 03:45 PM   #4
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many thanks to the replies to my question !!!!!
I was told by a person that there was 2 types of pad for my car.
but thanks to u i have now got hold of the correct pads , but now i have another problem .
i went to change my pads and was getting on fine until i found out i did not have the correct tool for the job .
i didnt know there was such a thing has a piston caliper wind back tool.i have just finished putting it all back together and will try again on monday when shops r open to buy this tool !

once again thanks to you that replied
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Old 16-07-11, 05:05 PM   #5
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May not be the right way to do it, but whenever I changed them on my 306, I used to just use a small piece of square bar (5mm˛).... being careful not to damage the rubber seal around this always did the job
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see if you can borrow one of these off someone or indeed buy one, mine gets used borrowed all the time

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