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Does anyone know if the stampings on the back of the pad mean anything?  My car came with a bunch of spares in excellent condition, but they've been run for a least a little such that the original color coding isn't obvious.  So, I'm trying to figure out what's what?  I know that one of the numbers (635 & 636) refer to 1.8L pads.  

 

(I've contacted GLoc but they haven't been responsive so far).



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Numbers are only a reference to the figment. 635 front 636 rear on 1.8 cars.
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Numbers are only a reference to the figment. 635 front 636 rear on 1.8 cars.


Right above those numbers are some numbers that don't seem to fit a pattern but aren't the same across sets of the same known compounds.

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I asked them the same question earlier this year and they said the numbers stamped on the backing plates are all done/used by the backing plate manufacturer and don’t have any correlation to the compound.
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