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> FS: Rebuilt Front ATE Calipers (Late Model 73 or later)
kenboytay123
post Mar 19 2017, 07:57 AM
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FS: These are a pair of sandblasted & rebuilt front Porsche 914 ATE calipers with double bleeder valves. They're currently covered in wd-40 to prevent rusting until paint. I'm awaiting a rebuild kit I just ordered to assemble the second caliper. These are almost like new with the exception of a few small chips on 3 out of the 4 puck faces and minor pitting. It looks like minimal damage from possibly a previous rebuild / age. Not quite sure the history on them though. 3.0" spacing.

Cost: $250 plus shipping.

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post Apr 8 2017, 08:28 AM
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I finally had time to paint the calipers. I assembled these calipers with assembly lube, brand new seal kit, new pad hardware (pins and retainers), and some old brake pads I had laying around the shop.

These are not perfect, but they would be an easy add on for someone looking for a cleaned up rebuilt set.

New Price: $250 plus shipping

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