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Hi I'm Andrew, new to the group and I will be getting my new car A180 end of Feb'19. I'm interested to upgrade my stock brakes to AMG 6 pot brake (attached image) and would like register interests for a groupbuy to get discount from the workshop. Details as follow. Can fit any models from Mercedes. Recon Original C63 AMG 6 pot (Original color is Red or Silver, however can be respray to red, blue, yellow, silver, black, white, orange, gold, your choice) New Original Rotor 380mm (need minimum 18 inch Rims to clear) New Original Brake Pads New Goodridge SSBH 3 years warranty provided by workshop. Price for minimum 3 sets, SGD $2,200 Price if reach 7 sets, SGD $2,100 1. Andrew A180 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Minimum 3 sets to go ahead. Please include your name, car model and contact number if you are interested. can PM or whatsapp me at 97454856 if you need more information. Thanks!
100% genuine Mercedes parts. Brand new in original package. Have not installed at all. Good for B200 w246, but may be suitable for other models as well. Please do your own research. (1) A pair of front brake pads (Mercedes part number: A0084200620). S$150 (2) One piece of brake wear sensor (Mercedes part number: A1695401617) S$20 Self collect at the East/Simei/Tampines area. I do not check this forum regularly so please, > email me at exlixx[at]yahoo[dot]com[dot]sg, or > message me at Nine-6-Eight-7-Four-5-two-3. Thanks for viewing. P/S: Due to the nature of the parts, please kindly do your own search before buying. Once the item(s) is/are sold, the deal is considered completed for good; there is no guarantee nor warranty provided. No refund, return, or exchange will be entertained.
Hi all, Need some advise for my A170 W169. Here's some background after visiting two mechanics 1. Mechanic A & B informed that front brake pads left 15% life 2. Mechanic A & B informed that rear brake pads left 60-70%, rotors look ok, can continue using 3. Mechanic A said when changing front brake pads, can consider reconditioning the rotors. The front rotor thickness is still good. 4. Mechanic B said that when changing front brake pads, change the front rotors as well. Re-conditioning will not save much $$$ I have the following questions 1. Can i just keep using the existing front rotors and replace with new pads for the front wheels? 2. If I use ceramic pads for the front wheels, is it ok if the rear wheels are not ceramic pads? Any opinion will be very helpful. Thanks guys!