W208 clk430 brake part numbers

Discussion in 'Wheels, Tyres, Brakes & Suspension' started by s2oty, Dec 12, 2015.

  1. s2oty

    s2oty Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Hi guys, I have just spoken with my mb dealer who has suggested the price fir new front discs is £160 but the front pads are £140! They have also quoted £50 fir two new air filters.

    Can someone confirm what the part numbers are for all of these so I can see if I can source cheaper.

    My dealer are usually brilliant but won't confirm the part numbers - just the price.

    Scott
     
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    They won't confirm part numbers as you will obviously go elsewhere, buy Mann filters as there the same as Mercedes, then ate, brembo or Pagid for your brakes.
     
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    Why not try looking up the online catalogs for various brake manufacturers?

    eg Brakebook | Textar Brake Technology; brakebook.com - Pagid

    Both are part of TMD friction and each one lists pads and disks for a CLK430, including manufacturers part numbers as cross references.

    This is how I have found pads and disks for my cars in the past, you can then Google the Textar/Pagid/MB numbers to find low cost suppliers.

    I would expect other manufacturers e.g. ATE have their own online catalogues too.

    I prefer Textar above Pagid, but their epad quality (needed for their much lower brake dust) are a bit more expensive. Certainly, my BMW's braked much better with Textar pads and disks.

    TMD Friction make Textar, Pagid, Mintex, Don and Cobreq products, may be imaginary but I think the quality runs in the same order.


    PS When I was looking earlier this year, I found some German and Danish? suppliers were offering complete axle sets (disks, pads fittings) cheaper than UK suppliers even after delivery costs.
     
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    s2oty

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    Thanks guys, the above really helps. I'm keen to get the best and the price is secondary - but as a Scot, I like to find a bargain!
     
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    Good approach, why waste money?
     
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    Yes your right. I think I will revert to the ones you have suggested above. Scott
     

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