When I tried to do it myself, I found the old discs had seized onto the hubs and I couldn't get them off even after a couple of hours of battering them with a large hammer! In the end, I gave up and gave it to a local garage who changed all my pads and discs to the ones I supplied for £60. I think he had to heat up the discs to get them off.MG Deano said:...just to make sure there wont be any suprises half way through changing
I expect to do it at the weekend so may have a site up after that. If thats not too late. I did it myself last year and it was pi$$ easy (until I doscovered a seized caliper) and I think I used Robbs site too.MG Deano said:am only changing the pads so no need for disc removal, robs advice looks perfect!!
Broon said:You're getting brave deano!!