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Old 10-07-2018, 03:16 PM
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I always buy via eBay, best place to compare prices plus nectar points!
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Yeah, but in this weather I find the postie gets funny when most of the butter ends up in the footwell of his van...
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Yeah, but in this weather I find the postie gets funny when most of the butter ends up in the footwell of his van...

Brilliant.....
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I am doubly pissed off, as I've dealt with these guys since they opened in Aber 30 odd years ago and have always tried to patronise them, where possible. .... Keep it local !

Shouldn't have dealt with a minion on the phone .... waiting for the 'boss' to call me back when he's in tomorrow .... we are friends and even socialise together.

10% for the convenience, 'praps, but 100% is taking the piss. Will be surprised if 'the situation' isn't rectified tomorrow
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Yeah, but in this weather I find the postie gets funny when most of the butter ends up in the footwell of his van...
Very good Ruben
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it does take some beating for most things Alex and it's so convenient
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I use ferodo pads and seeing they are the firm that relines truck shoes and do a racing line of pads well worth there money
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I use ferodo pads and seeing they are the firm that relines truck shoes and do a racing line of pads well worth there money
Agreed Stu ..... equally good pads .. and've used them in the past.
Got a few sets sat in the stores box .... but not for P38 ....disco and classic RR

Mintex also do a comp. range and I've run them in the past too, in my GLS Holbay Hunter and XR 4x4i proper stoppers

Ferodo's slogan many years ago was "your right to speed is your power to stop"
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after a conversation ..... me Mintexs are now £45 instead of the ultra silly 65 quid ..... still a tenner more than available elsewhere but not worth the argument, or falling out over ..... but duly stored in the memory banks for again
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I use ferodo pads and seeing they are the firm that relines truck shoes and do a racing line of pads well worth there money
er.........bad news for Ferodo lovers Stu ....



must've not had any Mintex the day I bought these !!!!

as said ..... pads at about 70%







having had the fronts off and checked today ..... fine ???

I have had a pad separate once before ... long time ago and was standing on 'em at the time, from some seeeeerious speed, when some Richard Cranium decided to stop, for no known reason, in the middle of a dual carriage way!!! *rick !! .....
new underwear job that was, when the brake pedal disappeared to the floor ..... a few pumps later and retardation was restored, all be it with some very loud metal to metal screaching from the OSF caliper !!!!
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