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Zimmermann
1999 Volvo S70 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-319B19C    W0133-1916467  New

Qty:
$38.37
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
  • Chas: -596635
Brand: Zimmermann
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1999 - Volvo S70
Ultra
1998 Volvo C70 Disc Brake Rotor Ultra

P311-0ECA0C9    W0133-1916463  New

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$27.79
Ultra Disc Brake Rotor
  • with 302mm (11.89") Outside Diameter Brake Disc
Brand: Ultra
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1998 - Volvo C70
Zimmermann
1998 Volvo C70 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-321F180    W0133-1916463  New

Qty:
$56.77
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
  • with 302mm (11.89") Outside Diameter Brake Disc
Brand: Zimmermann
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1998 - Volvo C70
Zimmermann
1997 Volvo S90 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-05D6DFC    W0133-1916468  New

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$39.39
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
Brand: Zimmermann
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1997 - Volvo S90
Balo
1999 Volvo V70 Disc Brake Rotor Balo

P311-519E499    W0133-1916464  New

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$32.43
Balo Disc Brake Rotor
  • Chas: 587597-
Brand: Balo
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1999 - Volvo V70
Zimmermann
1999 Volvo V70 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-04A6A94    W0133-1916464  New

Qty:
$43.27
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
  • Chas: 587597-
Brand: Zimmermann
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1999 - Volvo V70
Balo
1999 Volvo V70 Disc Brake Rotor Balo

P311-519E499    W0133-1916464  New

Qty:
$32.43
Balo Disc Brake Rotor
  • Chas: 587426-
Brand: Balo
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1999 - Volvo V70
Zimmermann
1999 Volvo V70 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-04A6A94    W0133-1916464  New

Qty:
$43.27
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
  • Chas: 587426-
Brand: Zimmermann
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1999 - Volvo V70
Balo
1999 Volvo V70 Disc Brake Rotor Balo

P311-519E499    W0133-1916464  New

Qty:
$32.43
Balo Disc Brake Rotor
  • Chas: 587442-
Brand: Balo
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1999 - Volvo V70
Zimmermann
1999 Volvo V70 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-04A6A94    W0133-1916464  New

Qty:
$43.27
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
  • Chas: 587442-
Brand: Zimmermann
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1999 - Volvo V70
Balo
2000 Volvo V70 Disc Brake Rotor Balo

P311-519E499    W0133-1916464  New

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$32.43
Balo Disc Brake Rotor
Brand: Balo
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2000 - Volvo V70
Zimmermann
2000 Volvo V70 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-04A6A94    W0133-1916464  New

Qty:
$43.27
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
Brand: Zimmermann
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2000 - Volvo V70
Balo
1999 Volvo S70 Disc Brake Rotor Balo

P311-519E499    W0133-1916464  New

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$32.43
Balo Disc Brake Rotor
  • Chas: 596636-
Brand: Balo
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1999 - Volvo S70
Zimmermann
1999 Volvo S70 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-04A6A94    W0133-1916464  New

Qty:
$43.27
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
  • Chas: 596636-
Brand: Zimmermann
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1999 - Volvo S70
Zimmermann
1991 Volvo 740 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-193F0B2    W0133-1974449  New

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$46.87
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
  • with Girling Caliper
  • Many discs are needlessly replaced when the customer complains of brake vibration. Before replacing discs, be sure to check the condition of ALL steering & front suspension components: tie rods & ends, ball joints, struts, wheel bearings, calipers, ALL suspension bushes, etc. Some vibra- tions can also originate in the driveline; be sure to check u-joints, cen- ter support bearing, bearing holder, and trans mounts before blaming the brake discs. And NEVER, EVER use an air wrench to tighten the lug nuts!!!!
Brand: Zimmermann
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1991 - Volvo 740
Zimmermann
1991 Volvo 740 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-193F0B2    W0133-1974449  New

Qty:
$62.52
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
  • with Girling Caliper
  • Many discs are needlessly replaced when the customer complains of brake vibration. Before replacing discs, be sure to check the condition of ALL steering & front suspension components: tie rods & ends, ball joints, struts, wheel bearings, calipers, ALL suspension bushes, etc. Some vibra- tions can also originate in the driveline; be sure to check u-joints, cen- ter support bearing, bearing holder, and trans mounts before blaming the brake discs. And NEVER, EVER use an air wrench to tighten the lug nuts!!!!
  • Front
Brand: Zimmermann
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1991 - Volvo 740
Zimmermann
1992 Volvo 740 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-193F0B2    W0133-1974449  New

Qty:
$46.87
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
  • Girling Caliper
Brand: Zimmermann
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1992 - Volvo 740
Zimmermann
1992 Volvo 740 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-193F0B2    W0133-1974449  New

Qty:
$62.52
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
  • Girling Caliper
Brand: Zimmermann
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1992 - Volvo 740
Zimmermann
1991 Volvo 940 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-193F0B2    W0133-1974449  New

Qty:
$46.87
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
Brand: Zimmermann
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1991 - Volvo 940
Zimmermann
1991 Volvo 940 Disc Brake Rotor Zimmermann

P311-193F0B2    W0133-1974449  New

Qty:
$62.52
Zimmermann Disc Brake Rotor
Brand: Zimmermann
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1991 - Volvo 940

Latest Volvo Repair and Brake Rotors Installation Advice

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front brake rotors

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Question From Guest on front brake rotors

I took my volvo v70 in for it's 60,000 km servicing and have been asked to replace the front brake rotors. I've never heard of the rotors wearing out befor the pads, although they need to be replaced as well. Does this sound normal, or should I get another opinion?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

You only need post once for the same question. You should have your answer, T

front brake rotors

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Question From Guest on front brake rotors

I took my volvo v70 in for it's 60,000 km servicing and have been asked to replace the front brake rotors. I've never heard of the rotors wearing out befor the pads, although they need to be replaced as well. Does this sound normal, or should I get another opinion?

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

It’s not abnormal for a rotor to fail before pads wear out mostly due to the brake pads being made out of semi metallic material. These brake pads will cause the rotors to rust. Two bear pieces of metal resting against each other overnight; add a little moister and you have the perfect rust generator. You were saying 60,000klm. I assume you’re up here in Canada with me; so lets add a little salt water to that mix during the winter. LOL
Also the brake pads can withstand the heat of aggressive braking (main reason for going to metallic; heat absorption) more so then the rotors causing the rotors to warp.
So no it’s unusual for this at all.
Ask them if there are ceramic brake pads available for your car; ceramics are not as hard on the rotors plus they are much quieter and cleaner; less brake dust will form on your wheels.
Dan

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Like Dan I like the ceramics. Rotors really aren't meant to be machined like way old days in the interest of saving weight and "unsprug" weight which gives the car better ride and handling. Another problem with machineing them is the thinner they get the more apt they are to warp and you will just be back in there again, T

Am I being ripped off? - Volvo 740 Repairs

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Question From ethanf on Am I being ripped off? - Volvo 740 Repairs

Hello all,
Any advice you have on this matter would be greatly appreciated.

I have an old 1988 Volvo 740 with over 130,000 miles. Recently the brakes were making grinding noises, so I brought into a mechanic that I have been to before.

As it turns out, my car needs both front and rear rotors, brake pads and a front sway bar (as the current one is broken).

The total bill (with labor) comes out to around $795. I was curious if this sounds reasonable, any insight you have would be great!

Thanks again,
Ethan

Response From servicegirl87

I agree with these guys completely. That's just around or a little less than what we'd charge to do the job. As someone said already, but I'm reiterating, it's not always about finding the cheapest repair around. Sometimes with those cheap repairs you sacrifice service and knowledge. There's a really common misconception that service shops tend to mark up the costs much more than necessary, but that fee doesn't seem too radical at all. Again, as another poster mentioned, it would cost more for you to do it yourself probably and wouldn't be as good a job.

Hope the previous responses were of some help to you. I only re-stated what everyone else had to say. :)

.

Response From chickenhouse

Ethan, price does not sound far fetched at all! New rotors,pads, stabilizer, having all the right tools- including knowledge- to do the job properly, is i m o, pretty reasonable! h

Response From ethanf Top Rated Answer

Hello Chickenhouse,
Thanks for the quick reply and your insight, it really is most appreciated. I know a good deal about fixing up mopeds and some about motorcycles, but when it comes to cars, I'm a bit out of my element!

Could you (or anyone else) let me know if this breakdown of the prices makes sense?

Brake Rotors - $80.00 per Rotor (need 4)
Labor for Rotor Replacement - $95.00
Brake Pads - $86.00 per set of 2 pads
Labor for Brake Pad Replacement - $95.00
Front Sway Bar - $45.00
Labor for Sway Bar Replacement - $55.00

This comes out to $782.00

Thanks again!

Ethan

Response From DanD

From what I can see these people did this at a very competitive price.
It may even be a bit less then what I would have charged. LOL
Good for you Ethan; by doing this check; hopefully you've gained some confidence in this repair facility.
Just remember it’s not always about the cheapest repairs to be had; the quality of said repairs should take a big role in your choice of repair facility.

Dan.

Response From nickwarner

These guys are right, you didn't get ripped off. Your parts are pricey and you got a good rate. With this car and future cars, its not a bad idea to pull off a wheel once in a while and check the thickness of the pads visually. Can't always get a good look through the back of the rim. With the age of the car you probably were due for rotors anyhow, but they usually squeak a good bit prior to grinding out. Thanks for not compromising on your brakes and letting a good shop repair them properly. You can drive safely knowing you can stop now.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ethan: This car has unusually expensive brake parts! At dealer wholesale prices and now long ago (retired as well now) I had a Volvo that needed the works. Worse - that one needed all four calipers at some unreal expense so I tried for a rebuild kit to do it myself and found pistons (four each) were not good so that failed at lowering costs.

It cost me about $2,200 in wholesale prices (no markup) to do that job! That was perhaps 20 years ago! I felt so bad about that cost (forget the labor - I wrote that off as learning) I showed, discussed with owner what a holocaust the price of stuff was getting to be and all mandatory. I can't with any conscience let a car go out with less than safe brakes. Gave the person copies of my actual costs and thereafter cars with stuff so expensive customers need be forewarned for planning.

In short - it doesn't sound that out of control at all,

T