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Old 03-23-2015, 06:01 PM   #1
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So on the brake caliper bracket, the caliper pins slide into the bracket but there is something there. I circled it on this picture. Can I get just that piece or do I need a whole new bracket? Then there are these separator brackets pin thing for the brake pads. You can see them on this link for brake pads. Where can I get them?



http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/more...d=776&jpid=128
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and these pins

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I believe the Brake Caliper bracket (1st pic) is a one piece design so you would have to buy it as a whole. they are fairly cheap like under $20
the springs (2nd pic) comes in a Brake Hardware kit..again real cheap about $10.
you can get these real easy at your local auto parts store or online ex. Partsgeek..

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well i got the brake hardware kit and it didn't have those pins
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When I bought the pads for my 2006 brake job, the "springs" (what you call clips) came with the OEM brake pads themselves that I purchased. I'm guessing this may be a difference in price when buying replacement pads; cheaper verses more expensive.
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Wagner pads come with the springs and slide clips
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yeah i think you are right, i bought cheap pads and this is what happened
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Wagner pads from Rock Auto are less than $30 even less if there is a rebate for them
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Wagner pads from Rock Auto are less than $30 even less if there is a rebate for them
Currently a $15 rebate going on. Got the rear wagner ceramics came with clips $30 from amazon (also are on rockauto) - $15 = $15 for a set of ceramic pads with clips not too shabby
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You need to go to the dealer for those pins.. Rock auto might have them.

If you still have your old pins:

Get some sandpaper and clean them up and degrease them with brake cleaner.. Then re grease them and slide them in and out until the slide smoothly..

Same thing with the metal pad slider rails.. Scuff em up with sandpaper and put a thin coat of grease on them..

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