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    Brake Disc height!

    Want to change thE front discs on my a4 for grooved and vented.

    My disc details are 1LA 320mm, 5 hole,vented discs with a height of 47 and thickness of 30/28

    I found these with aheight of 60 mm, so will they still fit?

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/A6-Quattro-4F-...item25588f2e41
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dazmo View Post
    Want to change thE front discs on my a4 for grooved and vented.

    My disc details are 1LA 320mm, 5 hole,vented discs with a height of 47 and thickness of 30/28

    I found these with aheight of 60 mm, so will they still fit?

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/A6-Quattro-4F-...item25588f2e41
    What are 1LA discs? Height should be distance from hub to rim of disc. 47 mm seems more like depth of hub from wheel mounting flange(?) to disc.

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    1LA is the audi option code for my discs.

    So are you saying i can fit these discs, everything else seems the same aprt from the fact that these are 321mm instead of 320mm


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    I'm saying that the decision is yours to make.1mm is difference over diameter.Caliper position is fixed so difference is halved in effect.Check current set-up for clearance of disc rim through caliper,how close it comes to pad locating pins,if you're happy then go back to first sentence.

 

 

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