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I've got a 2018 2.0 150PS Diesel S-Max with 17" wheels. Single pot calipers. Purchased new from factory. Needs new discs which is an easy job if I can get the parts..

Everywhere I've looked it says the front brake rotors/discs should be 316mm diameter 32mm thick. So I ordered some and they don't fit in the caliper bracket, 32mm appears to be too thick.

Is there anyone/where I can look up what the correct thickness should be?
 

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Part number? Ordered from where?

Seems to be 2 options for your car 302mm / 316mm. Both state a minimum thickness or 26mm even if thats
the minimum when worn I would expect 2 to 3mm above that so 26 to 28/29mm max. Not 32mm.
 

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Put your VIN number into this.
It should, repeat should, only give you part numbers applicable to your vehicle.
Get the Ford Disc Part Number then cross ref that number into say E Bay or Euro Car Parts, see what comes up
 

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Thanks for the replies. Looks like I've got the wrong discs somehow. I was told the part number i needed was 2019881 and I think the company I got them from has that listed as the OEM part for multiple discs of different sizes by mistake.

Anyway looks like I've got the right discs on the way to me now.
 

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That part number comes up as 11mm thick rear discs. 9.5mm minimum.
 
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