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Hello everyone....I need new Front Discs and Pads for my 1995 Lexus ls 400, any body know where I can buy them at a decent price....Thank you Roy.

Hi, got mine through my man this time but watch out for cheap pads unless you like scraping noises and more black dust than you can shake wheel cleaner at.

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Hi Guys,

I recently changed the front discs and pads on my MKIV.

I got the parts from Exhausts Unlimited, the discs were £74.37 each (Blueprint) and the pads were £37.27, both these prices include VAT @ 17.5%).

I would imagine the prices would be similar for a MKIII.

Hope this is of some use.

Redsteve.

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Hi Guys,

I recently changed the front discs and pads on my MKIV.

I got the parts from Exhausts Unlimited, the discs were £74.37 each (Blueprint) and the pads were £37.27, both these prices include VAT @ 17.5%).

I would imagine the prices would be similar for a MKIII.

Hope this is of some use.

Redsteve.

I fitted Blueprint parts (similar price to above) - no problems since fitting. I believe that Blueprint parts are the closest to original.

Pete

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Can you get better discs and pads for the mk2?

Mine squeak like hell and is so embarrasing...

I've stripped them and cleaned them and stamped on them....(at 80mph - not the floor :winky: )

and although jetwashing stops it for 5 mins and stamping on them removes it for upto half hour, i cannot get the goddam sound to go

It had new pads at xmas, not done many miles since and Im going to order new discs asap...

can i get better quality pads than what lexus sell? i cant see it being the discs but they are slightly pitted, but should i but lexus ones?

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Can you get better discs and pads for the mk2?

Mine squeak like hell and is so embarrasing...

Are your anti-squeal shims missing? There should be two shims that sit behind each pad, and two V-shaped springs joining the pads on either side of the disc.

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