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For my 2003 996, I purchased the front pads from Suncoast. Part# on the package (and part# info from this site) is 996.352.949.03. But on the actual pads, the stamp says 996.352.940.03. Are they the same or did I get something incorrect for my car?

Thanks,

Andy

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Either an assembly number or misread.

That part number is not in the parts list.

The stamp on the pad backing also has the manufacturer's name "Textar" on it, with the number T4045 FF (46P). Any thoughts if it is the correct front pads for a 2003 C2??

Much thanks,

Andy

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Hey b_creative3

I recently got new pad's & disc's package for my 2001 C4 the brand for the pads is Textar. (from www.Design911.co.uk)

I did a bit of research before I bought them and they are perfectly fine, in fact I think they actually make the Porsche OME pads.

Just with a differant stamp and price tag on them. The only thing that I notice is the the "break pad ware sensor contact" has become faulty,

causing a warning light to show, but it's no big deal as I know all is fine, just have to replace the contact.

Other than this, I'm happy with the Textar brand there fine if it's just for every day driving, but I'd maybe choose an other if the car is going to be

used on a the track.

Safe driving:)

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Hey b_creative3

I recently got new pad's & disc's package for my 2001 C4 the brand for the pads is Textar. (from www.Design911.co.uk)

I did a bit of research before I bought them and they are perfectly fine, in fact I think they actually make the Porsche OME pads.

Just with a differant stamp and price tag on them. The only thing that I notice is the the "break pad ware sensor contact" has become faulty,

causing a warning light to show, but it's no big deal as I know all is fine, just have to replace the contact.

Other than this, I'm happy with the Textar brand there fine if it's just for every day driving, but I'd maybe choose an other if the car is going to be

used on a the track.

Safe driving:)

Hi James,

Many thanks for the confirmation, this is good to know since I will be working on this next week.

Have a great weekend.

Andy

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