You might be able to rebuild the caliper? Just a thought, as I've seen a few threads on it. Good luck!
You guys are awesome with the fast input, very appreciated hahaIf I were in your shoes I'd just pickup a set of good used rear calipers, rebuild and paint them for a fraction of the cost. Then pickup a set of Zimmerman rear rotors and call it done. I rebuilt all my calipers and it was pretty easy.
That link doesn't work for me. It is redirecting me to europaparts.comeEuroparts.com, I paid $56.52 after sending back my old caliper to them. Wasn't worth the time and money to rebuild it myself.
Qty: 1 - Disc Brake Caliper - Front Dri (2202344L) - Unit Price: $56.52 - Core Charge: $66.50
Qty: 1 - CORE (2202344LCORE) - Unit Price: $66.50
Rebuilt oem caliper, I believe ATE brand. Couldn't tell from the original.
Fixed the link, there is another "e" in front of "euro".That link doesn't work for me. It is redirecting me to europaparts.com
I do like the idea of sending it off if you can get me the right link! Thanks!
So im a little confused on the process of this.Fixed the link, there is another "e" in front of "euro".
What would a remanufacture entail? Just rebuilding it? Or replacing it with an aftermarket caliper?Carrier doesn't have to be replaced. It's just a hunk of metal. Go to a parts store like autozone and buy a reman. It's like $50 with core. No point in dorking around rebuilding it yourself.
Got it. That sounds like the best move. Thanks manIt's an OE caliper that's been cleaned and had its seals replaced. Your old caliper will be rebuilt and go to someone else. That's why they're so cheap. It's not an aftermarket caliper. Plus it should come with a warranty. If you rebuild it yourself and jack it up then you're out of luck and wasted a bunch of time.