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CARDONE 19B495 Specifications
Bleeder Port SizeM7x1.0
Caliper ColorGray
Caliper FinishOil Emulsion
Inlet Port SizeM10x1.0
Installation Hardware IncludedYes
Mounting Bolts IncludedNo
Package ContentsCaliper; Bracket; Hardware Kit
Pads IncludedNo
Piston MaterialSteel
Piston Quantity1
Piston Size (OD) (MM)53.8226
Product ConditionRemanufactured
Remanufactured; Includes Bracket
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
  • Mounting bracket included for hassle-free installation
  • 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 Resources & 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

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