Unloaded Caliper w/Bracket -Domestic
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Wearever Brake Caliper Unloaded Caliper w/Bracket -Domestic

Part No. 18-B4780 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 1.0
Installation Hardware Included:Yes
Mounting Bolts Included:No
Package Contents:Caliper, Bracket, Hardware Kit
Pads Included:No
Piston Material:Phenolic
Piston Quantity:1

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  • Q:

    i am trying to install the calipers I got from you and they are to tight...I have worked on this car before and never had this problem. Not only that, I just had these rotors turned and am using my old pads...something is not right here. My car is a 2006, chrysler, ptcruiser, limited edition, turbo charged. the part numbers on the new calipers are, left front c 492, right front slc 493. I need some help here.
    Asked on 12/2/2011 by mike from xenia, ohio

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      A:

      I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not (solve/be) the problem.

      Answered on 12/7/2011 by DIY Daniel from AAP
    • A:

      Mike, you need calipers for the Turbo version. What you have is Non-turbo calipers. Turbo version use a thicker rotor therefore larger calipers.

      Answered on 3/10/2012 by Edison from Fort Wane.
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