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Old 07-03-2002, 01:51   #1 (permalink)
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Fairlane/LTD Calipers vs EA Calipers

Hey guys.
Would anyone happen to know if there are any differences between the EA sedan brake calipers, and the NA/B Farilane/LTD calipers?
They look the same to me.

Any info would be great.
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Can't imagine there would be any difference at all - there can be differences between similar models in that sometimes Ford will use a different supplier eg PBR or Girlock, but whatever one is used on Falcon is same on Fairlane/LTD for that production period.
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they look the same because they are the same, fairlanes and falcons run the same disks, brakes, pads, and pretty much everything under the front end......except fairlane steering boxes are different ratio than falcon
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The bigger cars usually use the same floorpan and doors as the wagons.
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