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I have just bought some for mine they are Rear Brake Pads Ref No 533 approx �22 for a box to replace two sides. Discs are Ref No 224 and they are approx �30 per disc.

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Q: What type of brake pads do you need for the rear brakes of a VW Golf GTI?
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