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Rs

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Hi guys anyone help me with which front golf brake pads for my 6 2002 build
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Mk1 golf gti pads are what you need 1979/1983
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Ok thanks very much great help
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Hi thanks for that much appreciated..was also wondering wheels go on as they have ford studs on rear was looking for new set if you have any ideas thanks
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Most of the Cortina axles have had their hubs re drilled to accept VW wheels (a job that Tiger could do if yours are standard) if not use multi fit alloys.

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Ok thanks again for info.do I need a offset for multi fit wheels
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Get the greenstuff pads off of Tiger. The standard golf pads are rubbish
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Ok cheers
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I am also a S6 owner. Have you considered upgrading the front discs and calipers? I went this route with Paul at Tiger and the difference is fantastic. Less weight and real feel at the pedal.
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What kind of upgrade did you get.only problem is I live up in Newcastle nd not much time to get down to tiger.is there a upgrade to buy and get it done up here and any idea of prices to buy upgrade
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Hi, details of upgrade is on Tiger racing website. It is a very straightforward job as all the necessary components are in the kit. Hope this helps.
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