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      02-27-2013, 01:28 PM   #1
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128i and 328i brake parts interchangeable?

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I'm just wondering if these parts are interchangeable? I'm interested in finding out if 128i rear rators can be used on 328i or 325i, as they are both 300x20.

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hey, i think u need to look at the caliper carrier part numbers, caliper part number, the Hub or knucle thing part numbers(when i did the search it was a match for this part), and see if there is overlap in the rear. Even the rotor part number.

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rear pads are interchangeable as well, which is important since there are still a lot of aftermarket companies that only list rear pads for the 328 and not the 128
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Rear pads are the same, front pads are different and different caliper on front
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      02-28-2013, 10:33 AM   #5
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Rear pads are the same, front pads are different and different caliper on front
Thanks, !!!

What about the Rear Rotors ??? are they the same,? I know that they all say 300 x 20 , but the realoem have different part number for them.
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