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Join date : 2009-01-17
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PostSubject: Brake questions   Fri Dec 20, 2013 8:24 pm

So our new to us Impala needs brakes. I have located a set of four disks, and pads to do front and rear, but I need to replace all the calipers as well. Three out of four are seized. Looking on line, I am not sure where to get the best price, and when looking there is so many choices. I am not sure which ones to get. I know the Impala used light weight calipers, but I do not have to have light weight, just reasonably priced, and fit.

Also, who has the best deal on a AC Delco fuel pump?


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PostSubject: Re: Brake questions   Sun Dec 22, 2013 10:22 am

I've been using remans from advance (at least up front). Using a coupon code and in store pickup you get it cheaper and can just drop the core off for your refund on that. Ordering remans online that have a core charge kind of kills the deal if you have to ship it back. For the pump I usually buy it from rockauto or amazon, their prices are usually pretty close.
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