1978-Up GM Metric Brake Calipers, IMCA Approved
78-87 Regal, 78-88 Monte Carlo, 75-78 Nova, 78-81 Cutlass, 85-87 Cutlass, 78-87 Grand Prix
- These stock replacement Metric calipers were standard equipment on 1978 to 1988 GM mid-size cars
- All new components means no core charge to pay and no reused questionable parts
- These calipers feature a 2.375" single piston and are a IMCA approved replacement caliper
- 7/16"-20 fluid inlet size allows for use with a variety of adapters or banjo fittings
- Standard 5-1/2" mount bolt spacing is compatible with many brake caliper brackets when using for a rear disc conversion
These stock replacement single piston Metric calipers were standard equipment on 1978-88 GM mid-size cars (Cutlass, Grand Prix, Regals, Monte Carlo, etc.). They feature a 2.375" single piston, shielded bottom inlet, and will save 3-1/2 lbs. per side compared to mid-size 1969-1977 caliper.
- IMCA approved
- No core charge required
- 7/16"-20 inlet
- 5-1/2" Mount Spacing
- Can be used with brake hoses from Pre-1978 GM intermediate cars
- Brake pads & bolts sold separately
- Utilizes GM metric style D154 brake pads
Note: Does NOT include brake pads or slider bolts and bushings.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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