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Old 01-17-2013, 11:33 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I've been trying to find XG350 FRONT caliper brackets online and I've found nothing so far, only for the rears, this is the part I need to do the swap. Anyone else having problems locating the front brackets?
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I've been trying to find XG350 FRONT caliper brackets online and I've found nothing so far, only for the rears, this is the part I need to do the swap. Anyone else having problems locating the front brackets?
AdvanceAuto website has them, i go their cause their store is right down the streeet from me
Buy Fenco Semi-Loaded Caliper SLC9959A at Advance Auto Parts
that is the left side, they also have right side on their. They also want a $100 core charge at the store.
Im gonna try and bring my old ones back 2 days after picking these up to "try" and get my core charge back (100 each side, 200 total), cause 200 is worth tring to get back if you can.
The store will know the are not the same calipers and wont give u the core charge back if u bring them in when picking up the new ones, im hopin 2 days is enuf for them not to realise what im doing
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AdvanceAuto website has them, i go their cause their store is right down the streeet from me
Buy Fenco Semi-Loaded Caliper SLC9959A at Advance Auto Parts
that is the left side, they also have right side on their. They also want a $100 core charge at the store.
Im gonna try and bring my old ones back 2 days after picking these up to "try" and get my core charge back (100 each side, 200 total), cause 200 is worth tring to get back if you can.
The store will know the are not the same calipers and wont give u the core charge back if u bring them in when picking up the new ones, im hopin 2 days is enuf for them not to realise what im doing

Thank for the reply! Looks like I'll place an order for 2 of these and return my other XG calipers and get my core refunded too. Best of luck, hopefully it works out in your favor, 200 is work it haha.
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Old 01-22-2013, 01:08 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I'm doing this conversion this weekend. Will let you know if everything works out!
If you buy from Advance Auto, try using their coupon codes. I think I spent $330 with taxes for the brake pads, calipers and rotors plus an additional $50 for the mounting brackets.
My question is the banjo on the brake hose... The Sonata has a piece that sticks out that secures it to the caliper... but on the XG350, it doesn't....

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http://www.napaonline.com/Catalog/Ca...959_0331673899

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http://www.napaonline.com/Catalog/Ca...433_0282887342

My question now, will it matter if I don't place banjo's piece into the XG350 calipers tabs?

Let me know if I should clarify...

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good quesiton. if that extra tab is only their to keep the line scure from moving when tighting down the banjo bolt, i think u'l be ok with not having it on their
Did u get the rotors from the 12+ Azera? And didnt the calipers come with the mounting brackets already, as in this link
Buy Fenco Semi-Loaded Caliper SLC9959A at Advance Auto Parts

and these ones dont have the bracket
Buy Fenco Brake Caliper C9959 at Advance Auto Parts

but the core charge on them are completely differnt from one another.
This is why im gonna buy in person and make sure they come with brackets.
Also what brand and style pads did u get?
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There is a tab on the XG calipers to hold it in place, but you don't really need it. Here is how I did mine. You can cut off the tab on the caliper if you want, but I just left it there.

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CNY,
None of those calipers come with brackets. I bought the fencos too...assuming it came with brackets like the picture. On passenger side they don't charge you a core charge only the driver's side if you go with the PN# SLC......
I bought the Veracruz rotors and advance's ceramic pads....

Thanks RicerR! That's what I needed to know.
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Asb,
I found the brackets within 20 min using this website;
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The verdict, I love how it brakes now!!
but.... there's a sound that I hear when I have the windows down. the faster I go the faster the noise... I'm not sure if its because the pads and rotors are new it makes that noise.

Next install will be HID's or underdrive pulley...
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The verdict, I love how it brakes now!!
but.... there's a sound that I hear when I have the windows down. the faster I go the faster the noise... I'm not sure if its because the pads and rotors are new it makes that noise.

Next install will be HID's or underdrive pulley...
i too heard some noise that sounded like a light grinding noise. might have been from imperfections in rotors/pads but after a few days the sound went away.
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