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Date:         Sun, 17 Dec 2017 08:05:01 -0800
Reply-To:     vw_van_fan_Mark <madvws@COX.NET>
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From:         vw_van_fan_Mark <madvws@COX.NET>
Subject:      Re: Question about vanagon front disc brakes
Comments: To: den jolliffe <sondancer77@YAHOO.COM>
In-Reply-To:  <n3vy1w01908X5Fr013vzTv>
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For 86-91 it is Girling for the first few years and ATE for the last few.

The carriers are different and must match the caliper type. The pins must match caliper/carrier type. The pads are the same for both.


den jolliffe wrote: > Is there a definitive answer to what years or models of Vanagon had Girling front calipers... > Is the caliper carrier the same...i.e are ATE and Girling calipers interchangeable, and do the pins and pads fit both.... > Too cold here to actually do the brakes, but want to gather information to do so...or should I sell these Girlings and look for ATE as I think that is what is on my 89 Weekender... > Thanks all...DenNear Toronto Canada >

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