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6 hours ago, cort16 said:

They're inboard at the back for a start, which makes any operation 5 times more difficult than it would on a regular setup.

Is that one of those 'not actually that big a problem' problems? The discs are inboard on the front on the DS but the pads are massive and unlikely to need changing with the sort of mileage a classic car does.

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3 minutes ago, DSdriver said:

Is that one of those 'not actually that big a problem' problems? The discs are inboard on the front on the DS but the pads are massive and unlikely to need changing with the sort of mileage a classic car does.

I have owned a p6 but  luckily never had to deal with  the brakes . Others on here haven’t been so lucky and I’m sure can give more details 

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4 minutes ago, cort16 said:

I have owned a p6 but  luckily never had to deal with  the brakes . Others on here haven’t been so lucky and I’m sure can give more details 

Apart from the inboard rear discs, doesn't the brake servo like to consume the fluid?

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1 hour ago, DSdriver said:

Is that one of those 'not actually that big a problem' problems? The discs are inboard on the front on the DS but the pads are massive and unlikely to need changing with the sort of mileage a classic car does.

Yes, it's easy on a 4 poster, with a support and new, genuine parts. Otherwise, good luck.

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3 hours ago, DSdriver said:

Is that one of those 'not actually that big a problem' problems? The discs are inboard on the front on the DS but the pads are massive and unlikely to need changing with the sort of mileage a classic car does.

If @Conrad D. Conelrad had got enough medication supplies, he might be able to share his experiences, through the tears of despair 

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12 hours ago, DSdriver said:

Is that one of those 'not actually that big a problem' problems? The discs are inboard on the front on the DS but the pads are massive and unlikely to need changing with the sort of mileage a classic car does.

Yeah, that's how I see it. A pain if you do need to do them, but the owners club is sufficiently big and friendly that there will always be someone experienced who is willing to assist with the job. 

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