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    break prices.

    i need to know the best place(cheapest) to buy a EBC slotted and dimpled front rotor as 1 of mine has been scored from pad wear, and for EBC gren stuff pads.

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    If you are going to replace one disc, then replace the other as well, it's dangerous having one that's new and another that isn't.

    Try Northshore Rallysport as your in NSW:
    EBC Greenstuff Brake Pads
    Front* $151.50
    Rear $104.00

    Turbo Groove Discs
    Front $196.00 each

    or <a href="http://www.autospeed.com" target="_blank">www.autospeed.com</a>

    or check out this page:
    <a href="http://www.ebcbrakes.com.au/near.htm#nsw" target="_blank">http://www.ebcbrakes.com.au/near.htm#nsw</a>
    1995 306 XR

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    east_bay_punk:
    i need to know the best place(cheapest) to buy a EBC slotted and dimpled front rotor as 1 of mine has been scored from pad wear, and for EBC gren stuff pads.
    Talk to Parry, he just installed new rotors and pads on his 205 from a supplier in Five Dock. Or like it was mentioned above goto Northshore Rally.
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    Does Bill McNamee stock these things? Or at least buy them in for people?

    Ask him... 6291 6495... he'll mail them to you if you want. If he does handle them, I'd just about guarantee he'll do a better price.

    What about the new DBA discs?

    By the way, lots of people seem to think that 'break' is a word that's something to do with stopping cars. Not so...

    It's 'brake'... the former spelling relates to what you don't want to do to your car.

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