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Hi. I need to change the rear discs on my 52 plate megane 1.8 dymanique hatchback, can anyone kindly tell me what size of socket I require to remove the discs Thanx..:
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welcome to the forum. Some one should be able to help with that for you
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Hi a guess is a 30 or 32mm
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If you need to remove the hubnut to get the disc off,then it's a 30mm socket.I'm not sure you'll need to remove the hub though......

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