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Old 08-28-2017, 03:46 AM   #1
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Default Front brake calipers for solid rotors

I upgraded my front brakes to ventilated rotors so these calipers have been in my garage for several years, always dry with inlets plugged. U clean ;-) I'll throw in the guide pins, and I may have the brackets somewhere if you need them. Fit 4/98 or earlier solid rotor (not later vented rotors) ti. Asking $60 plus shipping.
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I upgraded my front brakes to ventilated rotors so these calipers have been in my garage for several years, always dry with inlets plugged. U clean ;-) I'll throw in the guide pins, and I may have the brackets somewhere if you need them. Fit 4/98 or earlier solid rotor (not later vented rotors) ti. Asking $60 plus shipping.
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