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Front & Rear Brake Part Numbers? by Alex.07.86GT
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Report this Post09-18-2014 01:34 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Alex.07.86GTSend a Private Message to Alex.07.86GTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Baby needs a new pair of shoes!!

What are the Front & Rear Brake PAD Part Numbers for 86 Fiero?

The online stores have may different opinions!!

Many Thanks in Advance!!
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Are you looking for a specific brand of pad? People like Wagner. I am not sure of the part number but you can go to www.rockauto.com and look it up for the Fiero.
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Report this Post09-19-2014 10:26 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Alex.07.86GTSend a Private Message to Alex.07.86GTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I get free shipping on Amazon!

Too many prefixes on the different brands! Rockauto sometimes has them mixed up!

I have part #'s 261's for the front & 262's for the the rear!

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Originally posted by Alex.07.86GT:

I get free shipping on Amazon!

Too many prefixes on the different brands! Rockauto sometimes has them mixed up!

I have part #'s 261's for the front & 262's for the the rear!



Part numbers are specific to the brand and this number would even vary based on the type of pad the vendor is offering for a particular vehicle. Rockauto lists in the description if the pad is front or rear.

edit - I see where you are getting the 261 and the 262 from, but I wouldn't only go on that (partial number) specifically. Use the complete manufacturer part number is the best.

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Originally posted by Alex.07.86GT:

I get free shipping on Amazon!

Too many prefixes on the different brands! Rockauto sometimes has them mixed up!

I have part #'s 261's for the front & 262's for the the rear!



What brand are you looking at?
I found Rock Auto to be pretty good. You can also look at other sites like Autozone and Advance Auto to see what they say for part numbers.

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Originally posted by jaskispyder:


What brand are you looking at?
I found Rock Auto to be pretty good. You can also look at other sites like Autozone and Advance Auto to see what they say for part numbers.


I was looking for a low cost brand name. Just something to put on till its fully running & braking!

I picked up @ $18 ea Raybestos SGD 262 & 261 service grade. Free Shipping on Amazon. It didnt come with shims, but they wont rust & look great -so far!!

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Originally posted by Alex.07.86GT:


I was looking for a low cost brand name. Just something to put on till its fully running & braking!

I picked up @ $18 ea Raybestos SGD 262 & 261 service grade. Free Shipping on Amazon. It didnt come with shims, but they wont rust & look great -so far!!



sounds good.
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Careful.... Cheap pads often = poor brakes. Like can easily fade more vs good/best pads.

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I have part #'s 261's for the front & 262's for the the rear!


I've used Wagner also, good stopping power, a little more dust than I would like though.
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Originally posted by theogre:

Careful.... Cheap pads often = poor brakes. Like can easily fade more vs good/best pads.




I know, I usually but bendix for myself. i just dont want to destroy expensive pads while Im trying to get the calipers working again. Oh and my rotors still have the original clip on the stud from the factory. So you can imagine how rusty my rotors are!!!!

You think raysbestos are cheap??

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