Replacing OEM pads W205

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StormsOfFate
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Replacing OEM pads W205

Post by StormsOfFate » Thu 08 Mar, 2018 11:26 am

Hi guys

I did a quick search and look, couldn't see anything that jumped out. Just wondering if people have any feedback on low dust option pads? I think any pad would be a low dust option compared to the OEM which pretty much is dirty 3 days after wash.

The car is still less than a year old, but I think i will replace the pads soon, hopefully there is a recommendation which allows me to keep using the rotors as well.

I have previous experience with things like Project Mu etc, but they don't seem to make any, or at least not a set that would suite AMG Line option, i think the front are a bit bigger while the rear is the same.

Thanks!

Karl

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Ivanerrol
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Re: Replacing OEM pads W205

Post by Ivanerrol » Thu 08 Mar, 2018 5:41 pm

I would stick with OEM brand soft pads. When it comes to replacing AMG rotors the wallet will take a beating. Having said that. Rotors generally require replacing at every second set of pads regardless.
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