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    Hi all,
    Does anyone know what brake pads I need for my car? My model is: A6 Avant, 2018, 3.0 TDi 272ps, Quattro....


    Everywhere I look they list 3/4 sizes and models of pad.


    I think my discs are 345mm up from and 330mm on the back.


    Any good links or recommendations happily received.


    Thank you in advance.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie Wonder View Post
    Hi all,
    Does anyone know what brake pads I need for my car? My model is: A6 Avant, 2018, 3.0 TDi 272ps, Quattro....


    Everywhere I look they list 3/4 sizes and models of pad.


    I think my discs are 345mm up from and 330mm on the back.


    Any good links or recommendations happily received.


    Thank you in advance.


    Steve
    You need to look at your data sticker in the boot or service book, it will give you PR codes then you match the brakes to the PR codes, ie 1st set of pads may fit PR-272 2nd set PR-273 and so on.


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    FERODO pads part numbers:

    Fronts:
    • 2.0 TDi, (all models fwd & Quattro) 320mm disc, single pot sliding calliper: FDB-4044
    • 3.0 TDi & 2.0 TFSi, (all models fwd & Quattro) 345mm disc, Brembo 4 pot calliper: FDB-4908
    • 3.0 BiTDi, 356mm disc, 2 pot calliper: FDB-4397
    • S6 V8 TFSi, 400mm disc, 6 pot calliper: FDB-4468


    Rears:
    • All models, (300mm discs on 2.0TDi, 330mm disc on 3.0/2.0TFSi, 356mm on S6/RS6), single pot calliper: FDB-4410

    Hope this is of help for others.

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