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Long search but worth it. Still in the old Blue White and Black Delco-Morane box.


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Nice find!


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Iven't seen a rotor or caliper or brake pad in years.. cool


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These are the more common service replacements.

These are correct just not "perfectly" correct.


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These are the right-right ones, meaning service replacements from the near production period.

These were so old shelf that at one point they even got the part number change.


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Box rear.


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Pads. None of the later QA/QC paint marks on the edges...

Good to go on the brakes now. Correct NOS all the way around.


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UGH You suck! I thought I had this covered.. This is the service replacement you mention but I have 5470878's in a 5470879 Box..


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here are some really old 5460803's in a reman Bnedix box numbered 321492.. You can see the update part number hand written like yours of 171-111


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So you have 601FF

I have 106FE & 220 FG. I have no clue what this means.


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DOT Codes


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I am in the process of doing restoration on the NOS pads now. When I am done I will post some images.


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After scuffing off the surface oxidation I am finding a pressed surface with no indications of any gold cad residue like you see on the service replacements... what do you see here Tom?


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The pads in my Bendix box have zero protection. bare steel for certain. The Delco ones have cad plating


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Restored.


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