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I would have too, but for some reason volkswagen tiguan parts are crazy expensive......
By:  Sydwyndir (Gun Toting Right-wing Goon; 8521)
Posted on: 10-07-2019 14:07.
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    Bean scribbled on a napkin:
    In part, Euro rotors tend to be soft and don't last as long. It's also easier than dealing with getting them turned. Just pull off the old stuff and put on the new. Done.

I mean, to me. $75 for each rotor (discount, el cheapo), and the bracket I need to replace the one I may have broken is $250 new. You can google "Caliper bracket" and get one "in general" for $15-$20 new. Ho ho ho, not for you, Tiguan Owner!

Fortunately I found one on ebay for $29, OBO, it's with caliper so hopefully the guy will take my $20 offer. I'm worried I fucked that bracket up.


Thank you, Gary Gygax.
I am not going to live in fear. They want my freedom, my peace of mind? Come and get it. - James Lileks, regarding al Qaeda, 09/11