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Old 29th July 2020, 02:26 PM
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Default Help with replacement disc sizing

Hey lads,

Wondering if you can help. I've read MatthewH's really useful guide on sizing and hoping someone can do a quick sanity check for me. There's a ECP sale on right now and i've to replace front and rear pads and discs...

I got a quote from my dealer for the following parts based on my VIN number. What i'm trying to do is match that up with Matthew's guide so i can make sure i order the right corresponding part. I note they also quoted 2 x "Springs". Presume this is for the front?

A4E0615269B SPRING

So, front disc A4E0615301P is 360mm, which looks fine.

Rears, i'm not sure as Audi quote me A4E0615601K but OEM number on the guide is 4E0615601L for 335mm.

Is it just a variation in the part number you think?

The price from Audi to replace all discs and pads is coming out over 1000 so ECP and a local fitter will do nicely....but up to me of course to make sure i have the right parts supplied...

As always, many thanks again to all the super advice...

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Old 29th July 2020, 02:59 PM
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The 'K' is 310mm so not just a variation. The 'L' seems correct at 335mm
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Old 29th July 2020, 07:31 PM
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If you drop the A from the part number and stick into into google you will get all the specs

For example, https://www.autodoc.co.uk/car-parts/oem/4e0615601
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