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    Default Front Brake Part Number ?

    As in title , does anyone have a upto date part number for front brake pads, 285mm for a 1.9 cdti
    Ive had a look in the part number section at these numbers
    Brake pads
    285mm fronts - 93183728
    314mm fronts - 93176379
    278mm and 292mm rears - 93183140

    here is the reply from a dealer after an enquiry..
    unless yours is a police vehicle these are not for your vehicle ,
    you need part number 93188112 which are £78.73 inc vat plus 6.45 p&p
    thanks

    So is 93188112 the correct part number for the front pads
    any help with this will be more than welcome

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    to be honest your better off ringing lmf vauxhall and talking to them , theyll know exactly what you need and will probably be cheaper

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    You'll be better off buying the disc and pad kits as they normally work out cheaper in the long run.

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    Mine is a 1.9 cdti 150 and I recently used a company called 'Blackburn brakes' who sell almost every consumable car part you can think of.

    I bought replacement pads for the front and rear, total cost £55. These are manufactured to the same standard as VX parts. I have had them on the car for 7months now and 7k miles without any issues.

    I just gave them my reg no and they identified the correct part.

    Just dug the receipt out and they can be contacted on 01254 53900


    Good luck!

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    Just got discs and pads for my cdti from bristol street for £62 trade gis a shout if you need anything

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    cheers for the info,
    but i went for the mintex brake box off ebay
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=STRK:MEWAX:IT

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