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I need some help in determining what calipers my '69 1600 has on it. My car needed some new pads so I went to the parts store to get some. When I attempted to install the new pads...they were TOO small! Went back to parts store with an old pad as a sample and 2002 and tii would not fit either. The 4-piston caliper has 1 bleeder at the end of the caliper and 1 bleeder on each side above each pair of pistons as seen in the picture. This picture I found online but could not find a name or what these originally came on. If anyone knows what they are and were I may find parts for them I would really appreciate it. Thanks

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huh. But they're on a standard 2002 rotor, not a 320 rotor...

Suggestion- measure the pad, then look at the pad profiles at

www.pegasusautoracing.com and Hawk and Porterfield's web sites,

and see if you can match it that way.

It's a period caliper- you'll find something that will work.

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