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Hello again, I am looking to replace my rears brakes before winter hits and I just recently went to my local NAPA store to purchase them seeing how they are the most reliable and cheapest source. But they said I need some type of number off of my caliper in order to purchase the right brakes, calipers, etc... for my vehicle. I was just wondering if anyone could knew this number off the top of their head or from some other source. I just didn't wanna take my tire off and maybe the caliper if thats the case. Its a 1987 760 GLE V6. Thanks in advance!
 

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You should not need a number and just to verify I called Pep Boys and they gave me price and availability without needing any number off the caliber. Might want to try someone else.
 

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I think I might just call my local dealership and talk to someone in the shop about it, just to verify everything. Because NAPA tells me the number, other websites say its dependent in whether or not I have multi-link suspension, and now your telling me I don't need anything ha ha ha I wish this damn car wasn't so controversial...
 

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I will let you know asap, i have to again save some funds up seeing how this is probably gonna be over a hundred dollars and i just dropped close to two hundred dollars the other week on other parts.
 
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