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I took a look at the rear pads

I took a look at the rear pads on my Boxer last night and as suspected the're just about gone. Also, the ones in the front could use replacing; you know once you're there might as well do it all including a fluid change.

I probably will call T Rutlands tomorrow and order a set but just wondered if the pads were generic to say Porsche or something like that?
 
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Hi Drew,

I'm doing rear


Hi Drew,

I'm doing rear brakes as well, currently on my BB. The pads are indeed common...just can't remember which Porsche/BMW they fit. I got a set of Ferrodos from Rutlands...$60, or so. I've used them in the past...and they seem to be "rotor friendly". As to the flush and bleed..a great idea, although a bit of a pain on the BB due to the dual same-side diagonal brake lines. Figure on at least a quart of brake fluid to really get the fluid clean...

Regards,
David
 
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Yea, I'm going to call Rut

Yea, I'm going to call Rutlands as soon as I get done typing this.

The bleding is a little bit of a pain given the two bleed points. However nothing was as bad as my Daytona that had 3 bleed points per caliber. At that point you were wishing Sam's carried Casterol LMA.

Drew
 
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I think I have some NOS Repco

I think I have some NOS Repco "Metal Masters" pads for Boxers F&R if anyone is interested.

If I don't (pretty sure I do) then AW CAR Parts (Frankie) might be a better choice to purchase from.


Regards, JRV
 
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Sorry JR,

Just missed your


Sorry JR,

Just missed your post by 5 minutes.

I called Rutlands literally as soon as I had got done typing the reply to David.

Wish I had seen your post sooner.

Drew
 
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