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CARDONE 19435 Specifications
Bleeder Port SizeM7x1.0
Brake Caliper FinishOil Emulsion
Caliper ColorGray
Inlet Port SizeM10x1.0
Installation Hardware IncludedYes
Mounting Bolts IncludedNo
Package ContentsCaliper; Hardware Kit
Pads IncludedNo
Piston MaterialSteel
Piston Quantity2
Piston Size (OD) (MM)41.9608
CARDONE Remanufactured Calipers are remanufactured to meet or exceed O.E.M. performance. Expertly remanufactured to rigorous quality and performance standards, all CARDONE Brake Calipers are equipped with brand-new components to guarantee exceptional longevity and reliability. With the freedom to choose whatever friction you desire, CARDONE Remanufactured Calipers can be tailored to meet your needs.

Features & Benefits:

  • 100% pressure tested to ensure consistent, reliable performance
  • Rubber seals are replaced with new high temperature EPDM rubber for extended life and optimum performance
  • New banjo bolts are included where applicable to ensure a prefect fit and quick installation
  • New bleeder screws provide trouble-free bleeding and a positive seal
  • New washers included where applicable for a proper seal
  • A plastic cap plug protects every brake port thread
  • New stainless steel hardware clips and new mounting pins are included where applicable
Installation Tips
  • Always inspect brake pads and rotors when replacing your calipers. Faulty calipers can lead to uneven pad and rotor wear
  • Inspect or change brake hoses when replacing the caliper. Worn or damaged hoses should be replaced to prevent brake fluid contamination or loss
  • Use a Brake Fluid Tester to test your brake fluid. If your brake fluid has moisture in it, flush the system before installing the new caliper
  • Apply Blue Threadlocker to caliper bracket mounting bolts to lock the bolts in place and prevent loosening or backing out
  • After installing the new caliper, bleed your brakes to ensure no air is trapped in the brake fluid. RockAuto offers a selection of Brake Bleeding Tools to help with this process
  • After the brakes have been bled, top off the master cylinder reservoir with the proper Brake Fluid
Additional Resources

Tech Tip: Installation Information
Tech Tip: Sticking Caliper Piston Cause and Solution
Tech Tip: Top Ten Caliper Replacement Tips

Warranty Information:
2 Years / 24,000 Miles
Warranty Details