***PRICE IS PER PAIR. $1,500 CORE CHARGE. YOU WILL BE CREDITED $1,500 WHEN YOUR A1 QUALITY CORES ARE RETURNED. IF YOU WANT TO PURCHASE THESE OUTRIGHT, THE PRICE IS AS MARKED ON THE SITE.***
The very first disc brake calipers put on a road going Porsche. These are some of our favorites to restore. The metallurgy is phenomenal. You'll get new compensating lines and an amazing finish on your 356 calipers when we do the restoration. Some of the very first (within the first 100) 911's also used these calipers.
Complete restoration for your 1965 356 Rear calipers includes:
Complete disassembly to bare core.
Removal of stuck or frozen pistons.
Replating of caliper cores.
Replating of all fasteners (black zinc)
Vibratory polishing of pistons.
Cleaning and recoating piston tops.
New (factory) ATE seals and dust covers throughout.
Reassembly with pistons in proper position.
Your calipers will look like the day they came off the factory assembly line (probably better). This is why we say we don’t rebuild calipers, we restore them.
We can also suppliy new stainless steel pistons and pads at an extra charge.
***IMPORTANT***PLEASE DO NOT SEND IN YOUR BANJO FITTINGS, PINS, SPRINGS, OR MOUNTING HARDWARE. WE NO LONGER HAVE THE ABILITY TO HANDLE YOUR HARDWARE AND/OR YOUR EXTRA FASTENERS. We cannot guarantee the integrity of old mounting fasteners and pad kits. Regarding mounting fasteners, we recommend you purchase these items "new" vs. using old fasteners. Regarding pad kits, again, we recommend purchasing new pad kits (springs and pins) and the spring tension in your old kits can be out of spec due to years of heat cycling.
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