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    Default Best Disc Pads for Alto 2006

    Dear Pak Wheel Friends,

    I need to replace Alto 2006 Discs. I visited nearest market and found disc pads price range from 200 - 800

    One shop keeper has shown me 3 sets of Rs. 200, Rs. 350 and Rs. 800 and suggested to use Rs. 350 (he added that all are locally made and have nearly same quality)

    Another showed a blister packed discs of Rs. 700 i think company name was mitsuki.....

    Pleas guide
    1) which discs will be good to use?
    2) what is the disadvantage if i get a low quality discs?
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    Dear Senior Members please suggest !!! i am waiting for your valuable advice
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    don't compromise on brakes
    It would be better to get oem (Original) brake pads from a Suzuki parts dealer
    All these xyz pads get hard after a month and Start making noise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fahad.Ayub View Post
    don't compromise on brakes
    It would be better to get oem (Original) brake pads from a Suzuki parts dealer
    All these xyz pads get hard after a month and Start making noise
    Thanks Fahad Bhai
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    Goto ur local/near suzuki workshop and buy OEM parts. They will cost u heavy but u will be safe n confident. Dont compro on brake parts quality.

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