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Old 05-24-2008, 02:26 PM
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Icon5 New calipers..will they fit?

I bought some new racing calipers off of a friend of mine for like $100, and there in good condition n what not. I just wanted to make sure they fit before I go messin with my stock ones. There wilwood racing calipers. Does anyone know if they'll fit? My friend was saying how "17 rims would work with them, but I just wanted to double check.
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wilwood makes a many different models of calipers
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The type of wilwoods are SUPER LITE, and the #MM-120-3194, dunno what it means but thought you more exp. guys might know.
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What car did they come off of?
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find a website that carries those calipers (there won't be many because they are the old cast superlites), find a brake kit that corresponds to the caliper / rotor combo you will be using and print off a template. That will let you know if it will clear your wheels. Superlites aren't that big, you shouldn't have to much trouble fitting them under most wheels. Hope someone makes brackets for those, maybe try www.revolutionbrake.com
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I've looked around the net for info on these calipers and it seems like there more trouble than there worth. Seeing as I only bought them for $100, I'm not too disapointed if I can't use them. I don't know what to do though. What's your look on all this (anyone).
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