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darkstar_one
07-31-2005, 02:06 AM
Hi, I am currently pissed because it is really impossible to find CALIPERS for my SC here in LOS ANGELES. Well anywho. i was checking out autozone and they have different part numbers for the 89-92 and for the 93-95s whats the difference in the calipers in the back?

fast Ed
07-31-2005, 04:21 PM
Calipers, caliper brackets, rotors, and pads were all changed in the rear for the 93 - up cars. If you get all of the pieces, you can bolt them to an 89 - 92 car. Rotors are thinner on the newer cars, but still vented.


cheers
Ed N.

mannysc
07-31-2005, 05:55 PM
never mind

darkstar_one
11-12-2005, 04:41 AM
is it possible to bolt on the 1993 later rear calipers onto the a 1991 SC? its cuz i wanna get the lincoln mark viii cross drilled rotors but i see they only sell them in a bundle with the rears... that way i can switch to a 1993 later rear caliper and not have any problems?

fast Ed
11-12-2005, 10:34 AM
Yes, as long as you swap all the pieces together, it's not a problem. The rear knuckles are the same all the way up, so if you have the calipers, brackets, pads, and rotors from 93 - up, it can be bolted on.


cheers
Ed N.

AnnivSpeCpe
11-12-2005, 01:09 PM
I got rebuilt 93+ rear calipers on my 90 when I did the Cobra conversion. Depends how friendly your supplier is. I went to Checker and asked if I bought a set of rebuilt 93 calipers could I return the 90 calipers as cores. He said he didn't care because they couldn't tell the difference visually. John