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http://www.carparts.com/parts/sampl...6&vehicleid=31953&catalogid=&partnum=NONE&dc=

Ok above is a link to the toyota 4x4 calipers for the non vented rotor. On carparts.com i selected 1982 Toyota SR5 Shortbed 4WD Pickup L4-2.4L 2367cc 2 BBL VIN 22R for the vehicle. Carparts is showing these calipers for I believe 95.97 each with no core. I called the dealer and they wanted 395 each for the calipers, Auto Zone wants 60 + 70 for cores. I haven't been able to find any cores in the junk yards around here. So i'm thinking these will be fine, especially if i can still find a link to carparts first time buyers rebates, anyone?

Please let me know if I picked the correct truck/calipers.

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Re: Are these the right ones? From Carparts.com? T

Try www.rockauto.com They have the Toyota calipers for $30-$50 depending on the brand. I have found for OE-quality or slightly better parts, their prices are great. For example, I just found a re-man steering rack for my Z for less than $150! MSA wants $363. And Motor mounts for $30!

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I have been using my Bendix #BNX L45788 successfully for a year, if that helps confirm your choice. The auto supply accepted the 280Z calipers as cores without question.
 

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Hey that is a great site, did you trade your old calipers back without a problem?

And emitch, where did you get the bendex?

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Re: Are these the right ones? From Carparts.com? T

As for the non-vented rotor style calipers, you got the right set-up.
 
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