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      07-13-2009, 10:49 AM   #287
Brianrg
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Originally Posted by batman913 View Post
BMW always changes both rotors and pads. For safety reasons they want to keep the rotors as thick as possible. All M cars have very expensive brakes, so i too got the extra coverage for $875 for 3 years/60000km. But you have to have less than 12,000 km on your car when you buy it. The business office people should have mentioned this when you had bought the car.
I bought my car from The BMW Store in Vancouver and they allowed me to add this warranty at 20,000 km's. I guess I got lucky.
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