Help.. R32 Type M

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Hi Nissan Enthausist.

i'm seeking your help/advice where i can find Brake Pad R32 Type M (OEM/Aftermarket) and Brake Service Kit.

anyone know can share here.

thanks
 

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i think the r32 4pot caliper share the same caliper body assy as well as brake pad with toyota and subaru

r32 4pot=1st gen hilux 4pot=subaru 4pot

all identical except the marking (toyota/subaru/nissan on the caliper body)

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i think the r32 4pot caliper share the same caliper body assy as well as brake pad with toyota and subaru

r32 4pot=1st gen hilux 4pot=subaru 4pot

all identical except the marking (toyota/subaru/nissan on the caliper body)
 

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If disc same size and thickness what about the lug PCD and disc offset also may differ. right?

For brake pads I actually took out and draw the shape on A4 white paper then take to spare part shop ask them to find....hhahhahah
 

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That's one hell of an inquiry LOL
My Sonata III, I did and bring to PH Auto. He send his man in with the drawing and about 15 to 20 minutes later came out with Sonata 5 brake pads. Was relief that pads are common, since same as Sonata 5 means quite a lot of choices......hhahahhahah
 

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If disc same size and thickness what about the lug PCD and disc offset also may differ. right?

For brake pads I actually took out and draw the shape on A4 white paper then take to spare part shop ask them to find....hhahhahah
yeap...pcd and disc offset probably differ a bit between those car....but brake repair kit/service kit is matching....



how about aristo 4 pot pads? same as all those?
not sure....

best bet is take the pad sample and go to sparepart shop..usually they have full catalogue complete with pad drawing/dimension...so can straight measure with drawing in catalouge... (me did that the first time looking for scooby pad last time)