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  • Rock Auto Deals

    They send me these from time to time. The other site likes em' so:

    http://www.rockauto.com/RSS/vehiclef...l=en&html=true

  • #2
    The 93 brakes would work on my 98 right? Figure it cant hurt to do them after this long
    http://i1030.photobucket.com/albums/...psc9faasxk.jpg
    1998 Mark Viii LSC, Black but runny,138k Miles... Still
    The problems I have with this car aren't normal compared to the ones everyone else has

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    • #3
      I would sure think they'd all be the same.

      Fair warning - the rear brake caliper pistons need to be "screwed in," and not just pressed in with a "C" clamp. This was a new concept to me when I first encountered it, although I'm kind of assuming it is somewhat common now.
      Mike Martin

      1997 Mark VIII LSC 5.0
      2001 Dodge Dakota

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      • #4
        The only car ive seen that on is a mini cooper, the transmission on the crown vic was easier than the brakes on that thing
        http://i1030.photobucket.com/albums/...psc9faasxk.jpg
        1998 Mark Viii LSC, Black but runny,138k Miles... Still
        The problems I have with this car aren't normal compared to the ones everyone else has

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        • #5
          I have a left rear caliper for my 93. $20 + shipping. I make a buck that way.

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