An optamistic time scale if you don't mind me saying!!Tradford said:Its a really simple job, shoulkd take no more than 10 minutes.
First, take the cap off the brake fluid pot under the bonnet,Whip the wheels off, undo two bolts holding the caliper on (They have a rubber boot type thing around the end). Using a flat head screwdriver, prize the old pads out. Using the same screwdiver push the pistons back as far as they weill go. It maybe easier to do this with the old brake pads still in place. Put a little copper grease on the back of the new pads and on the pistons. Slide the new pads in, replace the caliper and bolts, Put the wheels back on! Replace the brake fluid cap and thats it.