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1999 Ford Explorer Brake Hardware Kit


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Centric 117.65010
Brake Hardware Kit
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Centric Brake Hardware Kit - Front
Sale Price: $11.38
(5) In Stock
Part Number: 5261-07157021
Notes: Disc Brake Pad/Caliper Hardware
Position: Front
Condition: New

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This Product Fits the Following: Warehouse: C
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• 1999 Ford Explorer


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Centric 117.65012
Brake Hardware Kit
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Centric Brake Hardware Kit - Rear
Sale Price: $8.38
(4) In Stock
Part Number: 5261-07104780
Notes: Disc Brake Pad/Caliper Hardware
Position: Rear
Condition: New

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This Product Fits the Following: Warehouse: C
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• 1999 Ford Explorer


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Dorman Brake Hardware Kit - Front
Sale Price: $5.38
(8) In Stock
Part Number: 5261-07095028
Notes: Disc Brake Hardware Kit
Position: Front
Condition: New

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This Product Fits the Following: Warehouse: C
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• 1999 Ford Explorer 4.0L V6 VIN: E 
• 1999 Ford Explorer 4.0L V6 VIN: X 
• 1999 Ford Explorer 5.0L V8 


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Motorcraft Brake Hardware Kit - Rear
Sale Price: $19.98
(2) In Stock
Part Number: 5261-05154745
Notes: Disc Brake Hardware Kit
Position: Rear
Condition: New

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This Product Fits the Following: Warehouse: B
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• 1999 Ford Explorer

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Brake Hardware Kit Reviews - 1999 Ford Explorer
Centric | 117.65012
 


Same as the front kits I just reviewed. It is important to keep moisture away from caliper anchor pins. On an older vehicle most of the pin lube is gone. Once these pins can no longer slide one or the other disc brake linings will wear much faster than the other.


June 2nd, 2014 | Posted by kd

Centric | 117.65010
 


This hardware kit is all correct fit. If you have an older vehicle I in courage you to order this kit if nothing else to replace the caliper pin seals to keep out moister which eventualy allows them to rust and not let the caliper to apply pressure evenly to the disc brake pads.


June 2nd, 2014 | Posted by kpd



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