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Re: I need the info on the toyota caliper swap ple

> I thought there was a url that detailed the
> swap but I can't remember what it was.
> Thanks Guyz-Travis 77z

<A HREF=http://www.computek.net/public/marcho/brakes.htm>http://www.computek.net/public/marcho/brakes.htm</A>

I ended up buying new calipers at Parts America for about $30 each. As far as the core charge, I went to a local pick and pull and found a used set that were in bad condition. Even with buying the used ones, I still saved $ because the core charge was $30 each.
You may be able to find some good calipers at a pick and pull, but odds are that you wont.
Be sure to buy new pins, clips and pads.
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Re: I need the info on the toyota caliper swap ple

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> travis, go to the izcc site , then find the library page and then select tech documents and you will have all you need except where to get a set of used calipers but i am sure you can source them at a local junk yard...good luck ben
 

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Re: I need the info on the toyota caliper swap ple

> I thought there was a url that detailed the
> swap but I can't remember what it was.
> Thanks Guyz-Travis 77z

To skip all the wandering around the IZCC site (not well organized in my opinion) use this address:

<A HREF=http://www.zhome.com/ZCMnL/tech/Calipers/toyotaCalipers.html>http://www.zhome.com/ZCMnL/tech/Calipers/toyotaCalipers.html</A>
 

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Re: solution for core problem

> turn your nissan calipers in instead, they
> never check.

True, besides if you turn in your cores after you pick up the Toyota ones they aren't going to go compare them to ones on the shelf.

Although several places I called and asked if they'd accept Nissan cores said sure, as long as it's a core
 
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