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    WTD. Front and rear brake rotors to suit my 1985 505 GTi series II. Current discs are close to minimum tolerance, so prefer items with a bit of meat on the bone. Any offers or advice appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacques de mort View Post
    WTD. Front and rear brake rotors to suit my 1985 505 GTi series II. Current discs are close to minimum tolerance, so prefer items with a bit of meat on the bone. Any offers or advice appreciated.
    I would be surprised if RDA don't have suitable rotor and pads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacques de mort View Post
    WTD. Front and rear brake rotors to suit my 1985 505 GTi series II. Current discs are close to minimum tolerance, so prefer items with a bit of meat on the bone. Any offers or advice appreciated.
    I've got two discs from an 505 GTi wagon (1991)

    not sure they are exactly what you are after - but plenty of life left in 'em

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    Thanks for your reply, Robmac. I will chase this up. Having owned a 403, a 504 and two 505's, I thought I knew a bit about Peugeot's, but the shared knowledge and assistance on Aussiefrogs astounds me.

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    Robjer, thank you for your reply. Will check out the specs and get back to you.

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    Hi, robjer, front or rear discs?

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    I have some brand new rotors. $150 pair plus postage.
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    Still checking if these are suitable for 85 GTi. If so, will take them.

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    from memory they are front ones but does it make a difference?

    i'll be able to check and send pics when i get home on Sunday

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    Wagons use drums on the rear, so Rob's discs would have to be front discs


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    1985 505 series II disc rotors-photo-1.jpg1985 505 series II disc rotors-photo-2.jpg1985 505 series II disc rotors-photo-3.jpg

    here's what i've got ... pics arent great but you get the idea

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    Thank you to everyone who offered advise and help on replacing my disc rotors. I learned that two types of rotors were used on 505's; solid and ventilated. I have located NOS rotors to replace my old ones. Thanks again to everyone who took the time to reply.

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    Please do not use Google Translate to change my screen name as Jacques death. It is Jacques de Morton. Thank you.

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