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post #1 of 11 Old Jul 31st, 2007, 8:56 pm Thread Starter
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Question New EBC pad number?

I seem to remeber reading a few weeks ago that EBC has a different part number for the front pads on '99-'01 LTs with non-linked brakes, but, for the life of me, I can't find the post.

Anyone know for sure what the new pad part number is?

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i emailedEBC when i found out about the discontinued part for the front brakes. they gave me the new part no. but I cant find it. I think it was HH701.
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The latest EBC catalog shows FA246HH for 99-00 LT's and FA294HH for the 01-07's. The FA 246HH will be replaced with the FA407HH (includes clip assembly).

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Talking EBC Catalog

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The latest EBC catalog shows FA246HH for 99-00 LT's and FA294HH for the 01-07's. The FA 246HH will be replaced with the FA407HH (includes clip assembly).
Speaking of EBC Catalogs, here is a Link to their entire catalog of Brake parts, including discs (rotors):
http://www.ebcbrakes.com/Assets/2007usamc.pdf

It is in pdf format and if you check the FF248 pads you will see a footnote in red that says they will be replaced by the newer number which includes the anti-rattle clips. This is great news since that was the reason to not go with the EBC front pads in the past.

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When I installed the FA246HH pads last year, I reused the existing anti rattle clip. No noise at all

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Thanks!

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The latest EBC catalog shows FA246HH for 99-00 LT's and FA294HH for the 01-07's. The FA 246HH will be replaced with the FA407HH (includes clip assembly).

Thanks!
That's exactly what I needed.

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Where do you buy your brake shoes? I've bought from A&S and Chicago BMW...........

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Where do you buy your brake shoes? I've bought from A&S and Chicago BMW...........
Check Ron Ayer's prices over in Plano --- usually good numbers, and on tires too.
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EBC pads

Thanks Dick. He was 1/2 the price of A & S. I ordered a full set, front and rear. My mic is at work but my eyeball tells me that my rear is close to needing replaced...........25K. I don't want to score a rotor.......

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Thanks Dick. He was 1/2 the price of A & S. I ordered a full set, front and rear. My mic is at work but my eyeball tells me that my rear is close to needing replaced...........25K. I don't want to score a rotor.......
That doesn't sound like enough mileage to warrant new pads. My LT has 60,000 miles on the OEM fronts and 52,000 on the EBC rears. They still look good!

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I'll get my digital calipers and measure the pads. I don't want to scar the rotor. Maybe I'm just a little paranoid after ruining a rotor on my Venture due to a stuck piston...............

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