Re: Which Calipers?
Originally Posted by 99limited
if i swap them to akeono will the install be any diffrent? make it more difficult?
You do have to remove the old bracket, the new calipers just bolt on where the old bracket was. And of course you will have to bleed your brakes.
But after the new Akebono calipers are on, changing the pads is actually easier. You no longer have to deal with getting those wire clips back on.
Of course if you really miss dealing with the clips don't worry, you will still have them on the rear calipers.
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