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Brake suppliers #604037
18/11/19 02:26 PM
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Not needed at the moment, but I'm struggling to find any supplier of replacement brake discs and rear drums for my '72 4/4. They're for the four stud disc wheels.

Any clues?

Cheers

Phil

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Re: Brake suppliers [Re: TBM] #604041
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Re: Brake suppliers [Re: TBM] #604042
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Originally Posted by TBM
Not needed at the moment, but I'm struggling to find any supplier of replacement brake discs and rear drums for my '72 4/4. They're for the four stud disc wheels.

Any clues?

Cheers

Phil



They are both Morgan specific
I can supply both when you need them

Simon @ SiFab.co.uk

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Originally Posted by SimonH
Originally Posted by TBM
Not needed at the moment, but I'm struggling to find any supplier of replacement brake discs and rear drums for my '72 4/4. They're for the four stud disc wheels.

Any clues?

Cheers

Phil



They are both Morgan specific
I can supply both when you need them

Simon @ SiFab.co.uk


Thank you - could you PM me some prices? Or is it best to email you?

Cheers

Phil


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Re: Brake suppliers [Re: TBM] #604047
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Power brakes (details on this site ....somewhere? ) or Google it.
Has everything you need at sensible prices ( uk business)

I found the link ,great and helpful guy

http://www.powertrackbrakes.co.uk/

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Re: Brake suppliers [Re: TBM] #604050
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Originally Posted by TBM
Originally Posted by SimonH
Originally Posted by TBM
Not needed at the moment, but I'm struggling to find any supplier of replacement brake discs and rear drums for my '72 4/4. They're for the four stud disc wheels.

Any clues?

Cheers

Phil



They are both Morgan specific
I can supply both when you need them

Simon @ SiFab.co.uk


Thank you - could you PM me some prices? Or is it best to email you?

Cheers

Phil



Email me on Sifabtemporary@gmail.com

Simon

Re: Brake suppliers [Re: TBM] #604115
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Thank you everyone!

Few emails sent - see what the availability/price difference is.

Cheers

Phil


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Re: Brake suppliers [Re: stevemag] #604136
19/11/19 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by stevemag
Power brakes (details on this site ....somewhere? ) or Google it.
Has everything you need at sensible prices ( uk business)

I found the link ,great and helpful guy

http://www.powertrackbrakes.co.uk/


They've advised they don't do drums or rotors

SiFab have come up trumps so far.

No response as yet from Rutters.


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Re: Brake suppliers [Re: TBM] #604227
20/11/19 07:37 AM
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Rutter do them as well, and have now added them to their website for future purchases smile

Thanks to you all.

Last edited by TBM; 20/11/19 07:37 AM.

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