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R32 GTR Calipers

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I have for sale a set of R32 GTR calipers with 60% pads included and a set of standard (Cross drilled) R32 GTR Rotors (Discs)

The calipers are made by Sumitomo and are alloy, not cast iron so they are lighter.

One of the rear rotors has 2 cracks from two of the outer holes to the edge only on the outside face.

Diameter and Thicknesses for Rotors:

Fronts : 296mm x 31mm & 30.7mm

Rears : 297mm x 17mm & 17mm

New they are:

Fronts: 32mm thick

Rears: 18mm

Wear Limit (from gtr manual)

Fronts: 30mm

Rears 16mm

Rotors have done 104000 kms. Still a fair bit left on em.

For those who dont know, front calipers are 4 pot, rears are 2 pot.

Apparently they are good upgrades for an S13 or S14.

Not sure what else they will fit on so have an ask around.

They are in good nic and i'm after $700 (price changed 20/1) for the lot. Not much price diff without the discs, so you can have them or not.

I am in Bunbury, which is about 2 hours south of Perth. So WA buyers preferable but willing to come to freighting arrangements if neccessary.



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