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hey guys,

i'm running low on my brake pads and i was just wondering has anyone had their brakes changed?? if soo.. how much and where. Because the mechanic I'm at said that he has to put a special order for my car (2003 Corolla Sportivo) and get the pads from the Sth Africa or some bull**** like that. would it be better to go back to the dealership and ask them to do the change??

Please get back to me.. the brakes are REALLY LOW!!!

cheers

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hey guys,

i'm running low on my brake pads and i was just wondering has anyone had their brakes changed?? if soo.. how much and where. Because the mechanic I'm at said that he has to put a special order for my car (2003 Corolla Sportivo) and get the pads from the Sth Africa or some bull**** like that. would it be better to go back to the dealership and ask them to do the change??

Please get back to me.. the brakes are REALLY LOW!!!

cheers

Well dude, how much u wanna spend and how long will your current breaks last?

that TRD shop in singapore has TRD pads in stock for S$230 (minus about 25% to aust dollar) so if you call them they'd probably fed-ex it to u within a week.

www.trd.com.sg i think

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hey guys,

i'm running low on my brake pads and i was just wondering has anyone had their brakes changed?? if soo.. how much and where. Because the mechanic I'm at said that he has to put a special order for my car (2003 Corolla Sportivo) and get the pads from the Sth Africa or some bull**** like that. would it be better to go back to the dealership and ask them to do the change??

Please get back to me.. the brakes are REALLY LOW!!!

cheers

Well dude, how much u wanna spend and how long will your current breaks last?

that TRD shop in singapore has TRD pads in stock for S$230 (minus about 25% to aust dollar) so if you call them they'd probably fed-ex it to u within a week.

www.trd.com.sg i think

Would TRD pads alone really make a difference? Well, besides to the weight of your wallet...

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4get the TRD pads. there are cheaper and better options out there. if u are doing performance street applications a heat rating of 0-350 or 400 degrees is more than enough.

there is no need to special order toyota pads for the corolla sportivo. they are exactly the same as the ZZt231 celica pads.

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