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brake pads
#1
are these the brake pads for a 1.6 hdi 07 berlingo

just want confirmation, the guy i dont like in the motor factors insists ebc dont make a brake pad for it

i think hes a idiot

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#2
Hi mate, the dimensions i get for that model are:

H:57.4;W:136.8;T:19.2

Put your reg in http://www.eurocarparts.com/ and double check
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#3
the only differnce is the ebc listing is 51 mm high instead of 57mm

as long as the with and thickness are right would the slightly smaller height matter.

would it just use slightly less of the disk?
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#4
corkgsxr.
Send me a VIN of your car to PM.
I think I can find info ab. frt. brake pads.
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#5
dont worry about it, i ordered them they`ll be in tomorrow 29 euro.

we`ll find out soon enough Big Grin
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#6
right the pads do fit. easy job too done in under half a hour


they are EBC Ultimax code DP1374

ill let ye know how they are in a few days, but iv alway found them better

heres a handy site to tell ya what code you need

http://www.brakes4u.co.uk/supersearch.as...2125&won=1

just put in your make and model in the options to the left





right delighted with the result. pads replaced were fairly new mintex pads. after a days driving there much better bite at the start and are quite good under harder braking. happy enough with the brakes now

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#7
replacing disks after all, slight warp in one. motor factor guy tells me they sell quite alot of them.

wonder why they ate disks? :justno:

was going to go for the ebc slotted ones but dont have much bobs at the mo and there over double the price so i went with the std delfi

hope it improves the brakes
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#8
(09-09-2011, 04:03 PM)corkgsxr Wrote:  replacing disks after all, slight warp in one. motor factor guy tells me they sell quite alot of them.

wonder why they ate disks? :justno:

Think it is the "asbestos free pads" that do it, seem to be of a very hard abrasive material, notice my discs are wearing after 55k on the clock.....
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue
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#9
Brick 
Only 2mm of wear measuring off the new disks. Very little to have them warping
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