I would guess any hardware or autoparts shop as long as they are 8.8 or higher tensile strengthDoes anyone know where to get new hex bolts that hold the calipers together? I want to remove mine when paint goes on but would like to do a complete job and replaced the hex bolts while i'm at it.
did they come already black?^
I work for a company that has a monstrous account with a huge vendor so pricing on everything is peanuts and my rep said it was cool to send my old Supra calipers in as cores. Sux that they don't have any stock on reman Rear Evo calipers, or I'd be all over them too.
I do love me some quality built remans. Definitely the way to go if you have the means.
I tried stealing part numbers from your pictures but couldn't see all of them. Would you mind posting part numbers (if you have them) for what you have pictured?Calipers came as pictured. All I did was apply the red vinyl stickers.
Sheesh! I gotta do everything around here. :icon_rollI tried stealing part numbers from your pictures but couldn't see all of them. Would you mind posting part numbers (if you have them) for what you have pictured? If those part numbers have already been posted somewhere here, I apologize. I've been trying to keep up with this thread though and don't think I've seen them anywhere. Thanks!
What setup are you in rear I had same problem cause the Evo calipers had two breeders on each calipers I didn't know this lol. Once I found out I bleed both and I've had no issues with a soft pedalI've got a ground short from the ABS computer terminal T to the pump that I need to get sorted out, so the abs is not working. I drove the car for maybe 2 miles, but the pedal was dangerously soft and sometime had no pressure at all. I didn't go over 30mph. They made no noise, but couldn't really give them a fair assessment and sure as hell couldn't bed them in properly. I will tomorrow tho as long as the rain stays away.