Polo Disc Ridges

Polo Disc Ridges

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Firebladeno7

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3 posts

2 months

Saturday 14th August
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I’ve been to view a 2019 polo with 9000 miles on the clock, the car is mint condition but I’ve noticed that all 4 discs have ridges, is this normal for a car of this age and mileage?

Krikkit

22,335 posts

151 months

Saturday 14th August
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How big are they?

Yes it's normal as they wear, depends how worn they are.

Pica-Pica

9,075 posts

54 months

Saturday 14th August
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What do you mean by ‘ridges’?

GreenV8S

29,026 posts

254 months

Sunday 15th August
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Not unusual, and these are service items so worst case scenario is you replace discs and pads.

stevieturbo

15,677 posts

217 months

Sunday 15th August
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Firebladeno7 said:
I’ve been to view a 2019 polo with 9000 miles on the clock, the car is mint condition but I’ve noticed that all 4 discs have ridges, is this normal for a car of this age and mileage?
Maybe

Firebladeno7

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3 posts

2 months

Sunday 15th August
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Grooves in the discs

thebraketester

11,708 posts

108 months

Sunday 15th August
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Picture?

Firebladeno7

Original Poster:

3 posts

2 months

Sunday 15th August
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I’ve not got the car yet, I was concerned that the discs have all got ridges or grooves however you describe them, should they all be smooth for a car less than yrs old and only 9k?

Tony1963

3,428 posts

132 months

Sunday 15th August
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Too many variables for anyone to say for sure. Type and length of journeys, garaged or not, load, all sorts. I wouldn’t let it put me off buying the car. You can probably replace all discs, pads and sensors for under £200 if you do it all yourself or with a mate.