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      09-10-2010, 04:21 AM   #1
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Part # for new BMW low dust brakes

I've noticed that the newer BMWs create less brake dust than the older ones. Can someone please provide the part number for the new brake pads that generate less dust? Thanks!

MODs, can you please move this to the Suspension | Brakes | Chassis section? Thanks!
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      09-10-2010, 07:21 AM   #2
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Why not just run to the dealership and buy pads for the most recent model year of your car?
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http://www.realoem.com/bmw/

Here is the link to look up parts for your model. The new pads are Jurid, the originals that came on my car were from Textar.
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Why not just run to the dealership and buy pads for the most recent model year of your car?
I just got my front and rear brake replaced and was wondering if they gave me the new pads. My car is a 2008 model. I forgot to ask my SA about it and figured that I will just research it online.

Here are the part numbers for my brakes. 34-11-6-780-711 and 34-21-6-774-692

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http://www.realoem.com/bmw/

Here is the link to look up parts for your model. The new pads are Jurid, the originals that came on my car were from Textar.
Thanks! I'll look it up.
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Great! Looks like I've got the Jurid pads. I'll wash my car later and see how it goes afterwards!
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You could also go with Akebono Ceramic Pads..They're available at TireRack and seems to be popular with people who wants low dust...

I have ordered them and waiting to be delivered.
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Thanks bugsandry. I will definitely consider that after my free maintenance plan expires.
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I'm out of maintenance plan and need to change my brake soon. Anybody know where I can order these Jurid pads from a 3rd party online store rather than through dealership? I googled but didn't find anything for an e90. Thanks
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I'm out of maintenance plan and need to change my brake soon. Anybody know where I can order these Jurid pads from a 3rd party online store rather than through dealership? I googled but didn't find anything for an e90. Thanks
www.GetBMWParts.com

enter the above part number
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Give this place a call if you're a BMW CCA member. It's 25% off of the listed price on BMW's parts web site and you'll get free shipping if your order is over $200. I've order from them a few times and their price is pretty competitive.
My car is a 2008 328i E90. Here are all of the part numbers as they appear on my service invoice. I don't know what everything means.

Front Brakes:
1 34-11-6-780-711 REPAIR KIT, BRAKE PADS
ASBES:348011
1 34-35-6-789-440 BRAKE PAD WEAR SENSOR: 343030
1 34-35-6-779-356 CLIP FOR BRAKE PAD WEAR
SENS: 342099
2 34-11-6-774-875 BRAKE DISC,
VENTILATED: 341040

Rear Brakes:
1 34-21-6-774-692 REPAIR KIT, BRAKE PADS
ASBES:348012
1 34-35-6-789-445 BRAKE PAD WEAR SENSOR: 343030
1 81-22-9-407-103 BRAKE PAD PASTE: 832517
**rear rotor was not replaced so I don't have the part number**
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I wonder if these new low dust pads are available for the 335i. Anyone know?
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