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Sorry for different thread but since headlights are gone i have these available

I will take $100 each for these items plus shipping...

Rims/tires were my stockers that i only used for the car to sit on in winter...wheels are in very good condition and tires are allright i guess

PBR Calipers i got from Member on here before i did my Cobra swap...good condition (dusty in the pic)

 

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Stupid questions:

Anything else I'd need to bolt the calipers on? Will they fit inside 15" wheels with stock (non-sport) rotors? If so, shipping quote to 44012?
 

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Do you have the correct banjo bolts for these?
 

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Everything is stock at the moment, and I have no brackets or anything.
 

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i don't think you need anything to bolt these on
but honestly i have no clue:(

let me know...thanks:)
 

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I'll be getting them all right... just as long as they fit inside 15" wheels. Do you have a shipping quote?

Do you have any idea which car they came from?
 

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hey guys is there a way for me to tell what year it came from?
 

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Is there a part number stamped on them anywhere?
 

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Hey guys any interest in these?
 

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Lol, I actually ended up getting them from J_Mac57 about a month and a half ago and just recently installed them... so I guess I'm no longer interested.

I can say the braking difference is quite noticeable - the tech articles say 22% more effective and I definitely won't argue. To answer my own question for additional hardware needed: banjo bolts and crush washers. :)
 
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