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Front Brake Pads, TR250, TR6 Retaining Pins-front Brake Pads, TR250, TR6 Ebc Green Stuff Kevlar Brake Pads, TR250, TR6 Disc Brake Anti-squeal Kits, TR250, TR6 Steel Brake Pipe Assemblies, TR250, TR6 TR250, TR6 Steel Brake Pipes -continued Brake Hydraulic Hoses-original Rubber Type, TR250, TR6 Specialty Clips For Hydraulic Brake Pipes, TR250, TR6
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HARDWARE,
for English calipers, 1968-72
Shim,
centering caliper on disc
A/R
4.55
Bolt,
caliper mounting
4
3.95
Washer,
lock, securing bolts
4
.55
HARDWARE,
for Metric calipers, 1972-76
Shim,
centering caliper on disc
A/R
4.55
Bolt,
caliper mounting
4
9.55
Washer,
lock, securing bolts
4
.65
BRAKE CALIPER MOUNTING BOLTS, TR250, TR6
“Be Sure That the Bolts Match the Calipers You Use”
TRF stocks and lists the mounting bolts for several reasons.  One is that stock
calipers may be switched from one car to another when repairs are made or restorations
undertaken with the use of donor cars.  The other reason for stocking the bolts is that
enthusiasts often fit calipers from Japanese or European cars in an attempt to find better
brakes, and many of the original cars to which these calipers were fitted require metric
bolts.  Note that English or Imperial threads were used on all TR250, TR6 caliper
mounting bolts, but the diameter of the bolt changed to a metric size to fit the mounting
bolt holes in Girling calipers starting in 1972.
BRAKES
TR6 Chassis Frame Fitted With Slotted Brake Discs

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