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bentleyssq
Posted 12/16/2017 4:24 PM (#95922)
Subject: Brake pads



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Can anyone identify these disc brake pads ? They are on my Hannigan Astro 2+2. They measure 1 q/5” wide by 2” long . They have a small cut out/ jog in the bottom that thie pictured spring sets in with slight tension. I’ve called Hannigan and clubman racing. The caliper says grimeca while the master cylinder says Brembo. Pads are totally shot. Any help appreciated.



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Sidewise
Posted 12/16/2017 5:43 PM (#95923 - in reply to #95922)
Subject: RE: Brake pads



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Old but quite common brake pad. Can be purchased from http://floridasidecarproducts.com/sidecar_parts or many other vendors..
Florida Sidecar Products 727-856-2836
Calfornia Sidecar FS I, FS II, FS II SE, FS III & Companion GT, Brake Pads. For older CSC & Champion Sidecars. Two Pin Style.

Aftermark version of brembo 07313230 two pin brake pads for the obsolete OEM Brembo F04 Caliper used on the older California Sidecar Friendship and Companion models. Pads are 45.4mm tall, 35.7mm wide, 6.0mm thick. One set (two pads).
Also fits older Champion Sidecar models.
Free Shipping in the USA.
$37.85

Edited by Sidewise 12/16/2017 6:05 PM
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bentleyssq
Posted 12/17/2017 9:37 PM (#95929 - in reply to #95922)
Subject: Re: Brake pads



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Thanks for the information. I emailed Florida Sidecar and they don't sell that type but suggested I go look on "Fleabay" . Found them under Scooter brake pads if anyone has the same type. They are called "Crosser". Ordered a set.
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kfskmccall
Posted 12/18/2017 1:24 PM (#95931 - in reply to #95922)
Subject: RE: Brake pads


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Sidewise
Posted 12/18/2017 4:02 PM (#95932 - in reply to #95922)
Subject: Re: Brake pads



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Bentley sorry I got you a bit sidetracked in my haste to help, but it all works out. For any others that come across this thread any of these are the correct pads. GOLDfren Brake Pads AD120, or these numbers by other manufacturers VD932, FA99, FDB436, SBS595.

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bentleyssq
Posted 12/19/2017 8:50 AM (#95937 - in reply to #95922)
Subject: Re: Brake pads



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Thanks Sidewise.
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