Re: [DML] Rear Calipers on Ebay
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Re: [DML] Rear Calipers on Ebay

The difference in the jag rear calipers is less than the difference 
between a stock 68/32 master cylinder and a 50/50 Saab one.


John Hervey wrote:

> Group,
> If you were bidding on or purchased rear calipers on ebay in the last
> month I have some sad new. They are not DeLorean they are Jaguar.
> Don't buy them and don't use them and don't put them on your car
> unless you can confirm they are DeLorean.
> I don't think the seller did it on purpose but I did send an email
> and never got a reply.
> I bought a set and got them in today and confirmed they are Jaguar.
> The difference is the rear Delorean caliper pistons are 48mm in
> diameter and the Jaguar are 43mm in diameter. That doesn't sound like
> much, but it could make a big difference in a jam not having that extra
> 5mm size and volume for stopping.
> Bidder #3 also bought some.
> So be careful and ask before you buy any rear caliper.
> For those of you that have ordered from Autozone or other Box stores,
> you to may have got the wrong part also. I have heard some people
> boasting on other chat groups that they bought DeLorean calipers and
> how much money they saved. I don't think you got DeLorean. You either
> got Mercury Capri on the front and Jaguar on the back.
> John Hervey
> __._,_.__

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