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Rear Brake pads/discs...

Wozski Aug 31, 2010

  1. Wozski

    Wozski Member

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    I need part numbers for rear brake pads and discs as mine are due for renewal.

    A3 sport 2.0 tdi sport (bkd)

    Any help would be appreciated.
    thanks
     
  2. mike foster

    mike foster Fossie VCDS Map User

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    Hi
    If your PR number is 1KD (Disc brakes rear) the part numbers are :-

    Discs 1K0 615 601 K (£55 pair )
    Pads 1K0 698 451 J (£60 set )

    Cheers
     
  3. Lee_R

    Lee_R Active Member

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    I just got rear discs and pads off ebay for £40, pattern parts but not important at all on the rear.
     
  4. Wozski

    Wozski Member

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    Mike whats the PR number mean?
    I just rang GSF and they said i need
    Rear Pads: 1KO 698 451 C
    Rear Discs: 1KO 615 601
    What do the last letters signify?
    Cheers for your help guys
     
  5. Wozski

    Wozski Member

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    Just checked my PR number IS 1KD
     
  6. mike foster

    mike foster Fossie VCDS Map User

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    Pr number identifies the part that is fitted to your car.

    I have a 2.0 tdi sportback 05 reg ( MY2006 ) and the PR number for my rear disc brakes,
    as indicated on the inside of the service book is 1KD. The ETKA parts catalogue identifies the actual disc size from that PR number. In my case it's 255 x 10mm 5/112. and that is indicated as having the suffix 'K' and the pads that go with it has the suffix 'J'.

    Sounds like you have the right ones - just ignore the suffix.

    If you need to get any other part numbers you need to give the year and the PR number to be sure it's the right bit !

    Cheers
     
  7. Wozski

    Wozski Member

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    lol ok - thanks mike. I have the code 1kd so i guess ine are the same as yours. They need doing but not a major rush as of yet.
     

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