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Hello

I was about to order a rear O/S brake caliper for my 2001 MG ZS 180 when on the website they have two types!

One with diameter 1 [mm] = 30
Part no CA671R
OE numbers 43021SK3E00, 43021ST3E00, GBC161

And the other

Diameter 1 [mm] = 34 and it says or brake disk thickness 10 mm
Part no CA1778R
OE number: 43012ST3E50

The website is carbrakecalipers.co.uk

I thought that maybe it was different if i had vented brakes? It ha a standard solid disk brake.

Anyone know which one I need?
 

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The one for the larger diameter discs! The 180 has larger rear discs than the 120 and diesel.

For some reason the rear brakes aren't listed for the specific models - just as a choice of 2. I had the same problem buying discs and pads.
 

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The one for the larger diameter discs! The 180 has larger rear discs than the 120 and diesel.

For some reason the rear brakes aren't listed for the specific models - just as a choice of 2. I had the same problem buying discs and pads.
Spoke to them on the phone and they told me CA1778R is for 260 mm disks (larger type) so that is the one I will be going for.

Thanks for your help
 

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Spoke to them on the phone and they told me CA1778R is for 260 mm disks (larger type) so that is the one I will be going for.

Thanks for your help
Measure the diameter of the discs before ordering to be on the safe side.
 
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