Unloaded Caliper - Domestic
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Wearever Brake Caliper Unloaded Caliper - Domestic

Part No. 18-4911 Warranty Details  
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Wearever Remanufactured Friction Choice Brake Calipers are remanufactured to meet or exceed OEM performance. Each caliper includes all hardware needed for easy installation (mounting bolts not included). Wearever's caliper hardware allows for quick and easy installation because you no longer need to search for replacement components or reuse old hardware. Also, all rear parking brake hardware is installed and lubricated for your convenience, where applicable.
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Casting Material:Iron
Inlet Port Diameter:M10 x 1.5
Installation Hardware Included:Yes
Mounting Bolts Included:No
Package Contents:Caliper, Hardware Kit
Pads Included:No
Piston Material:Steel
Piston Quantity:1

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Wearever Brake CaliperUnloaded Caliper - Domestic
 
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Right is left and left is right!! Part i

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Comments about Wearever Brake Caliper Unloaded Caliper - Domestic:

After replacing this part on my 07 Sky I was unable to bleed the brakes and after 3 attempts still had air in the lines. I took the car to NTB and they showed me that it was actually the left side caliper because the bleeder valve was on the bottom and should have been on the top. I ordered a second part and it was mismarked the same way. Now that I look at the photos this site, I see that all they are showing the right part as left side and vise versa. Take a good look at the photo before purchase and remember that the caliper sits on the rearward side of the rotor facing forward. The bleeder valve should always be on the top or else you will never get the air to bleed out of the lines. THESE ARE ALL MARKED WRONG!!!!

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