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Brake disc kit in brand quality: Top manufacturers

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  • BREMBO Brake discs catalogue
  • BOSCH Brake discs catalogue
  • FEBI BILSTEIN Brake discs catalogue
  • ATE Brake discs catalogue
  • TRW Brake discs catalogue
  • Original STARK Brake rotors front and rear
  • Original ZIMMERMANN Brake rotors front and rear
  • Original FERODO Brake rotors front and rear
  • Original A.B.S. Brake rotors front and rear
  • Original BLUE PRINT Brake rotors front and rear
  • Original HELLA Brake rotors front and rear
  • DELPHI
  • KAMOKA
  • VALEO
  • JURID
  • VAICO
  • MAPCO
  • TEXTAR
  • TOPRAN
  • JP GROUP
  • REMSA
  • ROADHOUSE
  • KAVO PARTS
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BREMBO XTRA LINE Brake rotors 09.9772.1X
Brake Disc
Article number: 09.9772.1X
£ 84,59

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  • Diameter [mm]: 312
  • Brake Disc Type: Perforated / Vented
  • Centering Diameter [mm]: 65
  • Number of Holes: 5
  • Brake Disc Thickness [mm]: 25
  • Surface: Coated
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with bolts/screws
  • Product line: XTRA LINE
  • Minimum thickness [mm]: 22,8
  • Height [mm]: 50
  • Tightening Torque [Nm]: 120
  • Machining: High-carbon
  • BREMBO  Brake Disc
  • Item number  09.9772.1X
  • Our price   £ 84,59
  • Condition  New
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BREMBO TWO-PIECE DISCS LINE Brake disc kit 09.C400.13
Brake Disc
Article number: 09.C400.13
£ 120,68

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  • Diameter [mm]: 345
  • Brake Disc Type: Internally Vented, Slotted / Perforated, Two-piece Brake Disc
  • Centering Diameter [mm]: 75
  • Number of Holes: 5
  • Brake Disc Thickness [mm]: 24
  • Surface: Coated
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with bolts/screws
  • Product line: TWO-PIECE DISCS LINE
  • Minimum thickness [mm]: 22,4
  • Height [mm]: 66
  • Machining: High-carbon
  • BREMBO  Brake Disc
  • Item number  09.C400.13
  • Our price   £ 120,68
  • Condition  New
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BREMBO TWO-PIECE DISCS LINE Disc brake set 09.C398.13
Brake Disc
Article number: 09.C398.13
£ 149,82

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  • Diameter [mm]: 340
  • Brake Disc Type: Internally Vented, Slotted / Perforated, Two-piece Brake Disc
  • Centering Diameter [mm]: 79
  • Number of Holes: 5
  • Brake Disc Thickness [mm]: 30
  • Surface: Coated
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with bolts/screws
  • Product line: TWO-PIECE DISCS LINE
  • Minimum thickness [mm]: 28,4
  • Height [mm]: 73
  • Machining: High-carbon
  • BREMBO  Brake Disc
  • Item number  09.C398.13
  • Our price   £ 149,82
  • Condition  New
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BREMBO XTRA LINE Brake discs and rotors 09.B039.1X
Brake Disc
Article number: 09.B039.1X
£ 96,12

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  • Diameter [mm]: 345
  • Brake Disc Type: Perforated / Vented
  • Centering Diameter [mm]: 68
  • Number of Holes: 5
  • Brake Disc Thickness [mm]: 29,5
  • Surface: Coated
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with bolts/screws
  • Product line: XTRA LINE
  • Minimum thickness [mm]: 28,2
  • Height [mm]: 52
  • Tightening Torque [Nm]: 120
  • Machining: High-carbon
  • BREMBO  Brake Disc
  • Item number  09.B039.1X
  • Our price   £ 96,12
  • Condition  New
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Brake disc set BLUE PRINT ADH243104
Brake Disc
Article number: ADH243104
£ 41,47

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  • Fitting Position: Front Axle
  • Diameter [mm]: 293
  • Brake Disc Type: Internally Vented
  • Centering Diameter [mm]: 64
  • Rim Hole Number: 5
  • Bolt Hole Circle Ø [mm]: 114,3
  • Thickness [mm]: 47
  • Brake Disc Thickness [mm]: 28
  • Surface: Coated
  • Minimum thickness [mm]: 26
  • Weight [kg]: 8,390
  • Number of mounting bores: 2
  • BLUE PRINT  Brake Disc
  • Item number  ADH243104
  • Our price   £ 41,47
  • Condition  New
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Brake rotors kit BREMBO XTRA LINE 09.A455.1X
Brake Disc
Article number: 09.A455.1X
£ 74,50

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  • Diameter [mm]: 282
  • Brake Disc Type: Perforated / Vented
  • Centering Diameter [mm]: 64
  • Number of Holes: 5
  • Brake Disc Thickness [mm]: 23
  • Surface: Coated
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with bolts/screws
  • Product line: XTRA LINE
  • Minimum thickness [mm]: 21,5
  • Height [mm]: 47
  • Tightening Torque [Nm]: 108
  • BREMBO  Brake Disc
  • Item number  09.A455.1X
  • Our price   £ 74,50
  • Condition  New
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Brake rotors set BREMBO XTRA LINE 09.9145.1X
Brake Disc
Article number: 09.9145.1X
£ 57,50

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  • Diameter [mm]: 288
  • Brake Disc Type: Perforated / Vented
  • Centering Diameter [mm]: 65
  • Number of Holes: 5
  • Brake Disc Thickness [mm]: 25
  • Surface: Coated
  • Supplementary Article / Info 2: with bolts/screws
  • Product line: XTRA LINE
  • Minimum thickness [mm]: 22,8
  • Height [mm]: 50
  • Tightening Torque [Nm]: 120
  • BREMBO  Brake Disc
  • Item number  09.9145.1X
  • Our price   £ 57,50
  • Condition  New
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Brake discs BREMBO XTRA LINE 09.9468.1X
Brake Disc
Article number: 09.9468.1X
£ 69,74

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  • Diameter [mm]: 300
  • Brake Disc Type: Perforated / Vented
  • Centering Diameter [mm]: 64
  • Number of Holes: 5
  • Brake Disc Thickness [mm]: 25
  • Surface: Coated
  • Product line: XTRA LINE
  • Minimum thickness [mm]: 23,5
  • Height [mm]: 49
  • Tightening Torque [Nm]: 100
  • BREMBO  Brake Disc
  • Item number  09.9468.1X
  • Our price   £ 69,74
  • Condition  New
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Brake discs from 108 manufacturers at prices from 8,07£ to 1081,68£

The bestselling products:
08.B413.11 08.A332.11 09.C312.11 ADH243104 DDF1218C 09.A430.11
From popular manufacturers:
RIDEX BREMBO BOSCH FEBI BILSTEIN ATE TRW
For popular car brands:
BMW VW MERCEDES-BENZ FORD AUDI VAUXHALL
Brake discs – technical details:
Diameter [mm]: Brake Disc Thickness [mm]: Centering Diameter [mm]:
272 288 10 12 65 68
280 293 25 28 64 71
304 282 9 22 63,5 67

Learn more about Brake discs - operation method, diagnosis, causes of faults and replacement intervals.

Brake disc is a component of the braking system, which is responsible for slowing and stopping a vehicle. Due to continuous thermal influence brake disc is made of durable material.

Types of brake discs

By type of material used:

  • Cast iron.
  • Carbon.
  • Ceramic.

By the presence of ventilation:

  • Ventilated. They consist of two plates with a gap between.
  • Unventilated. They are a solid plate with perforations, incisions, or without them.

By type of perforation:

  • With through holes. A highly effective cooling, diverting exhaust gas and combustion products. However, they have little durability.
  • With the deep holes. Have a long period of operation.
Tips for operation of the brake disc

The service life of the brake disc depends on the material from which they are made, and driving patterns. Often, it is necessary to replace brake discs every second pad replacement, that is 30-40 thousand kilometers. Exact recommendation for disc replacement frequency is specified in the technical specifications of the vehicle.

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Malfunctions of the brake disc
  • scuffing on the surface;
  • deformation and abrasion of the brake disc;
  • uneven thickness ratio of the part circumference;
  • the appearance of cracks on the disk;
  • the destruction of parts.
Symptoms of the brake disc failure
  • when braking, the vehicle deviates from a predetermined path of movement;
  • when braking, whistling or grinding comes;
  • the brake pedal vibrates when you press it;
  • significant increase in the braking distance.
Causes of the brake disc malfunctions
  • excessive wear of parts;
  • prolonged exposure to moisture;
  • installation of shoes with low-quality pads;
  • damage of mechanical origin;
  • systematic hard braking.
Repair of brake discs

At the first sign of failure, measure the thickness of the disc with a caliper. The deviation from the original values ​​can be of 1-3 mm.

Extended life of the brake disc can be achieved by grinding. Special equipment removes the small cracks and burrs, levels the entire circumference of the thickness of parts. It must be remembered that this is a temporary measure, you still have to replace the discs.

Replacement of brake discs

Installing new parts is easy. This can be done by yourself. To replace the disc, you need:

  1. Lift the car with the help of a hydraulic lift or a jack. Remove the bolt and remove the wheel.
  2. Remove the caliper by unscrewing the screws located on the back side of the part.
  3. If there is such a need remove the caliper mounting.
  4. Remove the disc by unscrewing the fixing to the hub.
  5. Install a new brake disc.
  6. Secure the caliper mounting, establish the caliper, wheel, lower down the car.
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faq
When do I replace my brake discs? What is their thickness limit?

If you feel wobble and vibrations when braking and hear a sharp screeching sound, then, probably, the time for replacement has come. To make sure that the problem is caused by these components, inspect them for damages: they shouldn’t have any cracks, chips or be warped. Measure the residual thickness of the parts.

Usually, manufacturers cut a wear indicator groove on the disc surface, which helps to monitor the wear. Replace the parts if these marks have become invisible. Also, the minimum thickness can be marked on the disc edge. Measure this value with a caliper gauge and compare it with that specified by the car manufacturer.

The allowable wear depends on the brand and type of the parts. This value may vary for conventional (solid), vented, drilled, waved, and slotted parts. As a rule, it should be within the 1.5–3.0 mm range.

How do I replace brake discs myself?

For this job you will need:

  1. A lifting device.
  2. A set of open-end and ring spanners.
  3. A flat and Phillips screwdrivers.
  4. New brake pads, as they should be replaced together with the discs.

A detailed procedure is listed in your car’s workshop manual. The general steps are as follows:

  • Apply the parking brake.
  • Loosen the wheel bolts.
  • Lift the car.
  • Unscrew the wheel bolts and remove the wheel.
  • Press in the brake caliper pistons.
  • Remove the fasteners connecting the brake caliper to the steering knuckle and remove the caliper. Avoid twisting the brake hose and putting excessive load on it.
  • Unscrew the fasteners.
  • Remove the old part from the wheel hub.
  • Apply protective grease on the new one, remove excess of the product, using a cloth.
  • Install the component, fasten it with locking screws and assemble all the other components in the reversed order.

After completing the installation, bleed your brake system.

Should I replace front and rear brake discs together?

As the front axle of a car is exposed to higher loads when braking, the front brake discs wear out faster and need to be replaced more frequently. That is why there is no need to replace all 4 parts at once. We recommend installing the components in pairs, with replacing the brake pads at the same time, regardless of how worn they are. During the first 150–200 kilometers when the components are bedding in, it is important to avoid continuous or abrupt braking.

Which brand of brake discs should I prefer?

When buying new spare parts consider your car’s operating conditions and your individual driving style. The components are divided into three price categories:

  • Budget. It includes the products from Ridex, Japanparts, Febi, and some other brands. These parts are optimal for relaxed city driving. They are inexpensive.
  • Mid-price. The products from A.B.S., Ferodo, Metzger, VAICO, Delphi Technologies, and other companies belong to this category. They combine good quality with a reasonable price and are suitable for dynamic city and highway driving.
  • Premium. These are the products from Brembo, Zimmermann, Hella, Bosch, Textar, and TRW. The discs are made from high-strength materials, using cutting-edge technologies, and can withstand extreme loads. However, these parts are expensive.
Are performance brake discs suitable for city use?

In urban traffic conditions, drilled and slotted parts should be used if:

  • You prefer aggressive driving style. Abrupt acceleration and braking cause overheating of the assembly and make it necessary to efficiently remove brake pad wear products. Slotted and drilled parts are the best solution in this case.
  • You own a heavy SUV or a pickup. Due to the high vehicle weight, the parts overheat and break down faster. Drilled components carry heat away more efficiently, so they are preferable for this kind of car.
  • If you want to add a sportier look to your vehicle. These parts are well visible through alloy wheel rims and add a unique style to your car.