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I was just pondering swapping my rear discs with the next pad change.

I was sniffing on eurocarparts.com and it lists 4 different Pagid discs for my 2007 Mk5.

104441258 £32
104441278 £35
104441518 £38
104441268 £50 (out of stock)

They have subtly different weights, diammetres and thichnesses.

Which ones ?

Thanks
Rich
 

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Mountings 5 Disc Diameter 310.0 Disc Thickness 22.0 Overall Height 48.4 Hub Hole (Diameter)
65.0 Disc Type Vented
 

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Many thanks.

I could ring VW too but im sure thar are Pagid anyway.
 

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Is that an R32 code or their own monthly discount code?
 

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Another question on rear pads. Are both suitable? Is it the wear indicator that is the difference. Is this an issue?

http://www.eurocarparts.com/
101440328 £19
101441178 £35
 

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Is that an R32 code or their own monthly discount code?
Think it's something like R32OC25 to get 25% off but sure someone will be along to confirm!
 

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Think it's something like R32OC25 to get 25% off but sure someone will be along to confirm!
That's correct "R32OC25" is the 25% discount code.

Just double check their promotions on the homepage and that there isn't one with a higher discount at the time.

Also the R32OC discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion or discount.
 

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There should be a "PR Number" stated on the ECP webpage for each brake disc / pads - which you can then match up with the codes in your handbook under "Vehicle data" eg 1LM.
Changed my discs & pads myself last weekend but went to TPS instead.
 
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