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Squealing brakes on R - Warranty job?

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RCZ-R

Are these the same pads as used on the R? :-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ferodo-DS2500 ... SwcL5XMjD7

I have looked high and low for them but can only find these.

I am thinking now to get the pads done as originally decided, then at least they are done - both new pads and discs,

what do you think?

If those pads I posted earlier will fit then it's maybe different story, but who knows how they will perform? and as you quiet rightly said they saved your life more than once, it's kinda like buying a 30 euro helmet to go with your Suzuki Hayabusa 190mph superbike - you just wouldn't.

Thanks - update next week when I get the work done, but since I'm paying for the pads, I want my other ones back !

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Post Mon Oct 23, 2017 11:57 am
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I will check the SN on the pads and get back to you. Tomorrow I will drive up to my shed and check it out. Hope this works for you.
RCZ R in red. driven daily. and driven hard.
Dyno results here: http://www.peugeotrczforum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=10118

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the OEM front pads on the RCZ R run under no. PNF4498X821S

You will find webshops like this where they sell those pads:
http://www.jdl-brakes.com/brake-pads/br ... ipers.html
http://www.jdl-brakes.com/ds-performanc ... liper.html

Going by the OEM part number you can find a fitting replacement
RCZ R in red. driven daily. and driven hard.
Dyno results here: http://www.peugeotrczforum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=10118

Post Fri Oct 27, 2017 11:09 am
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Thanks for the info and posts RCZ-R.

I'll check em out. But I have told the garage to do the pads as well as the discs, this way I know alls good for another couple of years or more. Plus I've asked for my part warn pads, so I will check those out and post pic / part numbers etc. Work getting done Saturday, so we will see then !

Thanks again and safe motoring !

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