Buy your VW Golf Mk3 brake parts here
As you’d expect Heritage Parts Centre offer a comprehensive selection of VW Golf Mk3 Brake parts. We can supply everything from standard parts such as Mk3 Golf brake hoses or brake pads through to cross drilled VW Mk3 Golf Black diamond discs and Golf VR6 Goodridge hoses. Whatever your Mk3 Golf braking requirements, we can help.
Mk3 Golf Brake Discs
All third generation Golfs are fitted with discs at the front, but not all have Mk3 Golf rear disc brakes. These typically came on GTI and VR6 models, but a 4 stud version is also listed should you have 4/100 rear discs on your Mk3 Golf. The Mk3 Golf front brake discs are available in a number of sizes, and also in a choice of wheel bolt pattern – check to see if you have 4 wheel bolts, or 5 wheel bolts on your vehicle if you are unsure.
If you are looking for high performing Golf Mk3 brake discs, then check out our range from Black Diamond. With grooved and drilled versions they are ideal for fast road and track day use.
Golf Mk3 Brake Calipers and backing plates
Should you find your original Mk3 Golf brake calipers are beyond repair, then we can supply you new versions instead. We’ll need to know what size brake discs you have fitted for this, and knowing your chassis number will help to identify the correct brake calipers for Mk3 Golf further.
Stopping stones and other debris hitting your brake discs, or getting caught in your Mk3 Golf brake pads are the Golf Mk3 brake disc backing plates. Over time the originals start to rust, especially if they haven’t been painted, and they can really spoil the view through your alloy wheels if you haven’t replaced them.
Finding the right Golf Mk3 Brake Pads
Not sure which are the correct brake pads for Mk3 Golf to suit your car? Don’t worry. Our team of specialists are on hand to help you pick the right Mk3 Golf brake pads, and of course other parts too if you need them. Click on to Live Chat, drop us an email email@example.com or give us a call +44 1273 444000.
Golf Mk3 Brake Hoses
Brake hoses for Mk3 Golf make a regular appearance on older vehicle MOT certificates, typically for signs of corrosion, or deterioration in the rubber. Stay ahead of the game and check your Mk3 Golf brake hoses at least annually, and consider an upgrade to the stainless steel Golf Mk3 brake hoses, which not only last longer but promote better braking performance too, especially if you are going to be keeping the car long term.
Don’t forget to also check the condition of the ‘hard lines’ too. These Mk3 Golf metal brake pipes run from the Golf Mk3 brake master cylinder and distribute brake fluid to each corner of the car. They corrode over time, rusting on the outside, but also on the inside too, due to the hygroscopic nature of brake fluid – meaning it absorbs water from the atmosphere; hence the requirement to change it regularly.