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    Fellow Frogger!
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    Default 306 rotors and pads

    Hi fellow puggers, can someone advise as to the best way to go in replacing rotors and pads. I've done pads before but not rotors. any handy hints will be welcomed, thanks, Keith

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    I did it and I'm pretty noob.
    Yours could be different but mine just had 2 x Torx headed screws holding them onto the hub.
    What I did is ordered a pack of 10 new screws from the UK and replaced them too while I was changing the discs.

    Make sure to use brake cleaner or something and give the new discs a wipe before you install them. They come with a protective coating on.

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    Just finished a complete 306 brake overhaul. Ours had 2 x phillips heads screws holding on the front disks. I found a impact driver made light work of loosening the screws and the disks were easily removed

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    Yeah, not much to it really. If you can change the pads, you will easily change the discs !

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    Thanx Tadpole, will do as soon as I get them delivered,

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    yeah, Tadpole??????, half asleep and the rest of me is not awakke. Ta Nomis, Blink, Imr 052

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