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Caliper differences?
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 Posted: Tue Apr 24th, 2018 10:57 am
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Is there a or any difference between the RWD and 4WD calipers for the 95-97 Ford Ranger for the 4.0L ?

RockAuto 95 Ford Ranger Brake Caliper 

Seems they go out of the way to identify them as RWD or 4WD but why? Are they rated differently by use or load GVWR? Seem to be same sized dual pistons.



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Looking at the A-1 parts, it appears the mounting bracket is the difference. The calipers themselves are are equal.

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 Posted: Wed Apr 25th, 2018 01:19 am
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RCR4V3N wrote:
Looking at the A-1 parts, it appears the mounting bracket is the difference. The calipers themselves are are equal.
interesting, ill have to look at the brackets I have for the 95-97 Spindles I picked up a couple months ago I've neglected to do anything with until now. Time for new front brakes and if I'm going in, im going to replace the whole thing.



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