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I had new tyres put on my wifes 1.4 petrol 307 and was warned that the front discs and pads will need changing soon.

I think kwik fit were quoting about £300.

Does this sound about right?

I'm guessing if i go to peugeot I'll be looking at more.

If not can anyone recommend a garage somewhere in the liverpool area?

Thanks!

Mat
 
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Front discs and pads aren't a bad job to do yourself if you are semi handy with the tools! :thumb:
 

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Thanks for the replies gents.

I did look at the guide on the forum but with no axle stands or a trolly jack I wouldn't fancy doing it on just the normal jack.

Also is it worth paying the extra for genuine peugeot parts? Or are the third party manufacturers just as good?
 
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Jack it up with car jack and put the road wheels under the car. It won't go anywhere.
Up to you though.

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£300 from kwik fit.....bloody hell!
£190 at my local national tyres.
Have a look on eurocarparts, you'll save yourself a lot of money, and as people have said, it really is quite an easy job. :nod:
 
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If you are going to do it yourself don't let the caliper dangle on its hose, always tie it up so its supported! :)
 

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Can you get over to the Wirral? I'm happy to put you in touch with one of my local trusted mechanics.

I normally do all my own jobs but have a couple of guys for when I can't be bothered or its too cold or wet to do jobs at my apartment car park.

I reckon £100 all in.
 
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