When to change your brake discs?
It’s usually recommended to check your disc brakes every 10,000 miles to ensure that they haven’t become worn, corroded, or warped – but this will depend on both your driving style and the manufacturer’s recommendation.
If you notice your brakes shudder when you apply the pedal, hear squeaking, or feel your car pull to one side when braking, it may be time to change your discs, and we recommend getting them checked over by a professional.
All our discs are sold as pairs, as we believe that brake discs should be swapped together to maintain even and safe braking.
What to look for in a brake disc
Whilst our handy number plate finder above will help you narrow down the choice of brake discs it’s important to check a few other things to ensure the perfect fit.
The first thing to check is whether you are looking for front brake discs or rear brake discs, as these will fit differently on your car and may even be a different size. Second, check the diameter of the discs you’re replacing and make sure your new disc brakes are the same dimensions. Finally, check that both the new and the old discs are fitted in the same manner, with the same number of bolt holes and fitment type.