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  1. 9-3 Sedan, Cabrio '04+, Combi, 9-3X Workshop
    Has anyone found a compatible jack pad on the market that will work with the 4 square corners on our 93SS's?
  2. 9-3 Sedan, Cabrio '04+, Combi, 9-3X Workshop
    Hi folks, sorry about being a fair weather member, I gotta pop in more often, anyway, I think I got the wrong rotors from 'the rack' for the front of my '04 Arc. This is the first time I've messed with my front rotors and I can't figure out if I've got the wrong rotors or if my hub and rotor...
  3. Parts for Sale/Wanted - North America
    I have an extra front set of brand new in box Yellowstuffs that I'd like to sell because the Yellowstuffs I have on my 2001 9-5 will probably be good until it dies. They are around a hundred bucks new, I can do $50 plus shipping. They fit a 2001 9-5 LPT, and other associated models. Not aero...
  4. Parts for Sale/Wanted - UK & Europe
    For sale set of front axle pads FERODO RACING FCP1068H DS2500 All specs and model-year fitting list available online,check the following link: http://www.ferodoracing.com/catalogue/detail_car_racing.php?cat=brake_pads&code=FCP1068 GBP 70 + delivery Available mid february (going overseas...
  5. 9-3 Sedan, Cabrio '04+, Combi, 9-3X Workshop
    Hi I have an 18 month old 9-3 TTiD Aero conv thats only done 18k miles, the rear brakes have started making a noise so it went into the main dealer who has told me in needs new rear discs and pads at £300! My question is, how long would you expect to get out of a set of rear brakes? the front...
  6. 9-5 Workshop
    I've searched the forum and can't seem to find out what the thickness tolerance is for front and rear brake rotors. :confused: I'm replacing the pads and just want to make sure the rotors are not too worn. I'll need to borrow a tool to measure thickness from work - unless you all can...
  7. Parts for Sale/Wanted - North America
    I have 2 NIB Brembo Rotors(4839338) and a set of NIB Mintex rear pads ( MBD 1651) Below is a link to the model #'s the rotors and pads are good for although the pads are good for a larger range of vehicles...
  8. NG900 & OG9-3 Workshop
    Ok so I went in for an oil change and told them to check my rear brakes because they were making a noise while driving (w/o brake applied). They said I needed new pads/rotors, so, ok. BUT, during the fix they came back and told me that I had a frozen rear caliper and they couldnt get it off...
  9. 9-5 Workshop
    I just ordered some new Zimmerman rotors because the rotors I currently have are warped pretty badly (lots of vibration when stopping). My question is do I need to get new pads? I replaced the pads about a year (~15,000 miles) ago and have heard mixed opinions on whether its necessary to...
  10. 9-5 Workshop
    Hello Guys, Hope everyone is doing well. I was just at the dealer last week and was told I need front brakes. I knew this as my indy had told me I needed new pads and rotors at 65k miles. The front brakes were last replaced at 36k miles when I purchased CPO. I don't feel like paying and...
  11. The Lounge
    Hi Guys, I wanted to post a link to an article I recently wrote about how to choose street and track brake pads. I know this has always been a popular topic on the forums, and one that creates a lot of confusion. As a representative for some of the top brake manufacturers in the aftermarket...
  12. 9-3 Sedan, Cabrio '04+, Combi, 9-3X Workshop
    Hello once again. I recently reached the 90k km on my odometer and it is time to change my braking setup (rotors and pads). I have been hearing a lot of good feedback from R1 concepts. I have visited their site and found some incredibly good prices on drilled and slotted rotors along with 4...
  13. 9-3 Sedan, Cabrio '04+, Combi, 9-3X Workshop
    Hey all, I replaced the pads all around on my 2004 9-3 Arc about 1000 mi ago. I kept the old rotors on because a) they were not warped at all and appeared to have plenty of life left on them and b) 3/4 of the rotors were totally rusted onto the car and I couldn't get them to move one bit...
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