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Centric C-Tek Front Driver Or Passenger Side Brake Disc
Part Number: CE121.33021
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Guaranteed to Fit
$39.99
Vehicle Fitment
  • 1990 Audi 200 Quattro Base All Engines AWD
Product Details
Location : Front Driver Or Passenger SideNotes : 1.82 in. Height; 0.98 in. nom. Thickness; 0.91 in. min. Thickness; 2.68 in. Hub Reg; 0.61 in. Bolt SizeNumber of Lugs : 5 LugsDisc Design : Plain SurfaceDisc Finish : NaturalQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyHat Finish : NaturalDiameter : 10.87 in.Anticipated Ship Out Time : 3-4 business daysSeries : C-Tek SeriesWarranty : 90-day or 3,000-mile Centric limited warrantyRecommended Use : OE Replacement
Centric C-Tek Rear Driver Or Passenger Side Brake Disc
Part Number: CE121.33026
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Guaranteed to Fit
$25.99
Vehicle Fitment
  • 1990 Audi 200 Quattro Base All Engines Sedan, AWD
Product Details
Location : Rear Driver Or Passenger SideNotes : 1.82 in. height; 0.39 in. nom. thickness; 0.31 in. min. thickness; 2.68 in. hub reg; 0.61 in. bolt sizeNumber of Lugs : 5 LugsDisc Design : Plain SurfaceDisc Finish : NaturalQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyHat Finish : NaturalDiameter : 9.65 in.Anticipated Ship Out Time : 3-4 business daysSeries : C-Tek SeriesWarranty : 90-day or 3,000-mile Centric limited warrantyRecommended Use : OE Replacement
Premium Series Brake Disc
Part Number: CE12086018
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Universal Fit
$166.99
Product Details
Number of Lugs : 10 LugsDisc Design : Plain SurfaceQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyAnticipated Ship Out Time : 3-4 business daysSeries : Premium SeriesWarranty : 90-day or 3,000-mile Centric limited warrantyRecommended Use : OE ReplacementProp 65 Warning :

Warning SymbolWARNING: This product can expose you to chemical which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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