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    Rear Discs and Pads

    Are these a simple job to change... mine need doin soon so i managed to get the parts ordered thru a mate at citroen (Ł41! for the the lot! hehe)

    Only thing is, they look quite complicated, well, not as simple as un doin the old one and mounting this on the hub. Havnt had the chance to take mine off yet so not to sure how easy it is!

    Anyone got any pictures of theres?

    Help would be much appreciated! Thanx!

    (MAybe we have the wrong discs... but they match my reg.)

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    Re: Rear Discs and Pads

    There is a pdf for rear brake service at:

    http://1.8t.org/~quattroman/Audi%20B5%2097-2001/

    I changed mine earlier this year and they were pretty easy to change. The only thing you need to remember is you have to wind back the pistons.

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    Re: Rear Discs and Pads

    They are quite easy to change, however things to take into account are the wheel bearings which can be a bit of a pain to tap into place without damaging them. A suitable big socket and a copper faced hammer are useful for this. The other thing to be aware of is the abs rings which you will either have to remove from the old discs (again care is needed not to damage them) or buy new ones (which is what I did)

 

 

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