Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by 84CUCV, May 16, 2004.
How much? New/used? Thanks mike
I've got some off a D44.....$25 + the ride?
will it work on the 10b? Is there even a differnce? I think they are the same. A lot of miles on them? thanks mike
They're the same as far as fitting in the bolt-holes and rotor-thickness. The difference in the calipers is in the banjo bolt size. It's different for 10 bolts and D44's...1/2" and 7/16" respectively, I believe.
he is correct, physically they are the same exact caliper, the banjo bolt is the diff....D44 is 7/16 and 10bolt is 10mm
Mine are complete(minus the banjo bolt)and it even has 60% pads included. These calipers are prolly 3 yrs old.
neighbor of mine has an 80s 4x4 chevy coming tomomrrow, says he wants 150 for it minus drivetrain, maybe i can get calipers off it before it goes to scrap cuz im pretty sure no one will buy it and it will end up going on trailer ride to shredder yard in peoria, make an offer plus mail from 62656 and ill see if i can get the calipers, it will be 10 bolt 1/2 ton truck
Will calipers from a 1/2 ton ten bolt work?
i dunno, maybe not, hmm.. the truck should be next door by the time i get back here at 1:00 later today, ill measure like rotor thickness and distance from mounting bolts if we dotn find out for sure that 1/2T wont work on 3/4T, or event he truck coming here might be a K20, dont know,. hmm
good luck /forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif
yes, 1/2ton calipers will work on 3/4ton rotors, they are the same caliper /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
wow guy at the parts store said 70 for one and they are not the same. thanks guys
anyone got some with parking break setup for a 14bolt disc swap?
What kind do you need i can look around. year? model?
he looking for the 76-78 caddy eldo rear calipers
Thanks guys i got calipers. mike
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