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Find the right Brake Discs for your car

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Current Registration System
The two numbers in the middle of the registration state the year:
The first number will be a 1/5/6.
If it is a 1, it is registered between March and September: If it is a 5/6, the vehicle is registered after September and before March.
The second number states the year:
For example KC63 KFF was registered between Sept 2013 and March 2014.
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Prefix Registration System
Vehicles registered pre 2001 are subject to a prefix and suffix system. The most common is prefix. The first letter represents the year the car was registered.
For example, M673 SWP was registered in 1994.
To find which year your car was registered, enter your registration into the DVLA vehicle check
Engine Size Info
X Engine Size Help
Your engine size can often be refered to as litres (l) or cubic centimeters (cc). Refer to your vehicle logbook to check or enter your registration into the DVLA Vehicle Check website.
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X Fuel Help
If you don’t know which fuel type your vehicle is, refer to your logbook or simply check the filler cap.
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X car body types
Find your body type on your logbook or on the DVLA vehicle check website.

Brake Discs / Rotors

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Replacement Brake Discs / Rotors

Over time, brake pads and discs inevitably wear and, as a result, no longer perform to the required standard putting the driver and passengers at risk. Replacing a brake disc is not negotiable. This can be identified as part of your regular service or if you feel that the car is not as responsive when braking it is worth getting them checked.

Order from our range of brakes online and enjoy speedy delivery. Our extensive range of Brake Discs or rotors, coupled with our knowledgeable customer service team allows us to help you with all your brakes and online ordering requirements.

Brake Disc Buying Guide

Here is an explanation of the terms used to help you choose the right Brake Discs for your vehicle

Solid The Brake Disc is cast as one 'Solid' unit.
Vented The 'Ventilated' Brake Disc is cast as one unit but has vents between the 2 braking surfaces to dissipate heat.
Brake Disc with Bearing & ABS Ring (ASB) Where the Brake Disc is supplied complete with a hub Bearing & an ABS (anti-lock braking system) ring.
(->ch.12335) To suit vehicles with a chassis number up to 12345.
(ch.12345->) To suit vehicles with a chassis number greater than 12345.
(Eng.CJCA) To suit vehicles with engine type CJCA.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do disc brakes do?
Brake discs are a component of a vehicle’s braking system. The brake pads are squeezed onto the discs by callipers to slow the vehicle down or bring it to a stop.

When to change brake discs?
There is a huge amount of variety in when brake discs will require changing. A general rule of thumb is to ensure the vehicle is serviced by a knowledgeable professional regularly who will advise when this needs to be done.

How to change brake discs?
We do not offer a fitting service. We recommend that all braking be fitted by a trained mechanic.

What are the advantages of disc brakes?
Disc brakes generally perform at a higher level that other brakes and they can be inspected easily at the rear of each wheel. Their open design permits more efficient cooling, reducing wear and tear and they are more resistant to water.

What is the difference between disc brakes and drum brakes?
Disc brakes are flat circular brakes which spin within the wheel of your car. Callipers squeeze the pads against the disc to slow or stop the vehicle. A drum brake is a small round drum that has brake shoes contained within it. Cars with these types of brakes are slowed are stopped by the shoes being forced against the side of the drum to slow the wheel. Most modern cars have disc brakes particularly on the front wheels of the vehicle.

How much should brake pads and discs cost?
We can give you access to a large range of competitively priced brake pads and discs relevant to the make and model of your vehicle

How much to change brake discs and pads?
As brake requirements vary from vehicle to vehicle we are unable to quantify how much this would cost. Parts from most well-known manufacturers are available from us.

Two advantages of disc brakes compared to drum brakes?
There are several advantages of disc brakes over drum brakes but two of the most significant is enhanced performance and their ability to cool more quickly.

How to fix squeaky disc brakes?
Any noise from brake discs indicates that there is a mechanical issue and this should be dealt with immediately to ensure your safety. We recommend that professional advice is sought to ensure the necessary actions are taken.

Drum brake to disc brake conversion?
It is possible to change your drum brakes to a disc brake system to enjoy greater performance. As your safety is paramount we recommend that you seek professional advice on how to achieve this successfully.

How to put brakes on a car?
We do not offer a fitting service. We recommend that all braking be fitted by a trained mechanic.