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speedist wrote:Recently my rear right caliper seized up on my P11 Primera. I'm looking to replace it entirely. Anyone know where I could find one? Also what other calipers fit in case I can't find the stock?
racedriverpro wrote:speedist wrote:Recently my rear right caliper seized up on my P11 Primera. I'm looking to replace it entirely. Anyone know where I could find one? Also what other calipers fit in case I can't find the stock?
P11 M6 are a nice upgrade and shud be easy to find...
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thatJDMsentra wrote:Where can i get ad22vf calipers to buy and what brake pads are compatible with it?
stingray316 wrote:For all the Y11 peeps. Just installed a primera double diaphragm booster n Master cylinder 15/16" in my wagon. Firewall bolt up is the same, brake lines same but the electrical jack on the other side (minor thing). Have the Z32 calipers in front, will test run n update the post later.
BTW have the QR20 so I need stopping power n wifey driving it.
racedriverpro wrote:Dbu we go sort u out. The ad rear brakes could be real sometimeish. Things to knw....
3. A really good budget shoe is Titanium
racedriverpro wrote:5. Try to change the wheel cylinder rubbers at least once every six months.
6. Don't buy foreign used wheel cylinders. New decent Chinese available for less than $100
racedriverpro wrote:7. Brake shoes must be allowed to settle properly before trying to get them to adjust.
8. Too much adjustment is as good as none since too much just induce faster wear.
racedriverpro wrote:9. A good way to adjust the rear is by pressing down as hard as possible on the brake pedal then pulling the handbrake as much as possible.
JF.K wrote:The latest issue I am having is a constant noise coming from the rear drums.
This noise is heard without mashing any brakes at all. It sounds as though a shoe is touching a point on the drum at one spot, since the noise gets faster as you speed up.
The noise stops as soon as you touch the brake pedal though - then the grabbing thing starts, this time with a loud "squeak" noise (that slows down) as the wheel rotates to a stop.
Mind you, I just changed these brake shoes, brake cylinder (on one side), and machined both drums.
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