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      08-28-2013, 12:51 PM   #1
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I'm about due to replace pads and rotors for my e90 330i and the prices I'm getting from the dealer are pretty crazy IMO, so I'm going to do it myself.

Any reason not to buy theses:
http://<a href="http://bit.ly/19Oehq...ly/19Oehqj</a>

They claim to be OEM. Can anyone confirm that they are the same company that make the pads/rotors solid by BMW?
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I'm not sure if that link works, but try this one.

http://bit.ly/19Oehqj
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      08-28-2013, 01:13 PM   #3
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Try FCPeuro.com Great team of guys and they also have good prices.

I went with Mayle rotors and Akebono pads (rear). I ve had them for about 8 months and very happy with them. No rust, No warping.
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I'm not sure if that link works, but try this one.

http://bit.ly/19Oehqj
Holy crap those seem a bit high for all those
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      08-28-2013, 01:28 PM   #5
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I'm not sure if that link works, but try this one.

http://bit.ly/19Oehqj
Holy crap those seem a bit high for all those
Really? What do you typically expect to pay for OEM pads and rotors?
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I paid close to 500 for true oem pads and rotors from getbmwparts.com
I'm pretty sure it was a drop shipper kind of deal cause they came in bmw boxes like they were sent directly from a dealer.
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Try FCPeuro.com Great team of guys and they also have good prices.

I went with Mayle rotors and Akebono pads (rear). I ve had them for about 8 months and very happy with them. No rust, No warping.
I was planning to get this stuff for my rears sometime as well:
http://www.ecstuning.com/Cart/?add1=...tent=link2cart

My original rotors will only have 30K miles on them though and they still look shiny and smooth. Is it normal to just replace the rotors at every pad change anyway?
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Question, did you need to replace the pad sensor wires?
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I paid close to 500 for true oem pads and rotors from getbmwparts.com
I'm pretty sure it was a drop shipper kind of deal cause they came in bmw boxes like they were sent directly from a dealer.
That's because they are a BMW dealer in Silver Spring, MD.
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