I am looking to save myself some money and replace rear discs and pads on my Mk2 Mondeo. It's an old car, but in excellent condition having been regularly serviced and garaged and it's a Ghia model with all the gadgets and trim and the mileage is low. I'm not planning on getting rid of it for a few years yet. The car is still driveable but a garage recently replaced my front discs and pads which were looked like they'd been machine gunned to death, and guessed that my rear brakes will go in 1 to 2 months. I use this garage regularly and the mechanic is also a MOT inspector, and has been spot on about component failure in the past. The Haynes guide is confusing me. I've got: New discs and pads Axle stands and a trolley jack Various sized spanners and ratchet spanners Pliers Large screwdriver Do I need: Torque wrench Hose clamps (although I shouldn't need to disconnect any hoses) Chocks Proprietary tool for pads? C-Clamp I will not be servicing the calliper. Just replacing the pads. Any advice please. Thinking of tackling this tomorrow or boxing day.