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Date:         Wed, 5 Apr 2000 14:04:00 -0400
Reply-To:     The Bus Depot <ron@NETCARRIER.COM>
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From:         The Bus Depot <ron@NETCARRIER.COM>
Subject:      Re: Rotors? Brakes?
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> Its time for me to put new brakes and rotors on my 87. What is the best > configuration for this. Should I get a set of Brembo rotors and some metalic > pads?? Or stick with OEM VW rotors and brakes??

You can get the good O.E. stuff from me for much less than at the dealer. $49 each gets you original-equipment ATE rotors, $24.95 gets you genuine VW pads (actually made by Girling). I doubt that you could get aftermarket parts for much less than that anyway.

- Ron Salmon The Bus Depot, Inc. (215) 234-VWVW

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