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Old 09-08-2008, 11:00 PM   #1
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Default Complete 99 brake package (non-sport)

I recently upgraded to the sport brakes and don't need my stock brakes anymore. Would be a good upgrade for an NA. Comes with brakets, calipers, rotors, and porterfield sport pads. Car only has 49k miles on it and I replaced the pads about 20k miles ago. These things are small but weigh a ton. Shipping is available but you will pay for it. I only accept non-credit card Paypal and will only ship to confirmed addresses.

If necessary, I can post pics but they look like brakes Oh yeah, the calipers and the center section of the rotors is painted flat black.

Asking $300 for the set. Not looking for any trades at this time.
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Half price sale this weekend! - $150 if you pay shipping. Pics can be arranged if needed.
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will it fit 1992 NA? and the package including rear brakes too? Let me know how much it will cost to ship to zip code 94568 or meet half way (SLO)??
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fedex ground is cheap.
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if that's the case. I will take it if it's complete with front and rear and will swap into 1.6L NA.
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You might have to do some more searching to see if they need anything else to fit on an NA, but I believe it is a straight forward swap. You shouldn't have any problems iwth wheel clearance either. Fedex Ground may be cheap, but this will be a heavy box. I will weigh it tonight and get back to you. Yes, this is for both the front and rear set. You will need to reuse the stock brake lines and banjo bolts.
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ship to zip code 94568 or meet half way (SLO)??
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Or you can drive down, enjoy the weather and save yourself shipping costs
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priority flat rate large box, 13 bucks up to 70 pounds. priority flat box 10 bucks up to 70 pounds.

Thats how I shipped my 1.8 brakes. Calipers into the small flat, rotors into the large flat, shipping was like 23 bucks total for both boxes with confirmation.

learn how to use the mail amateurs.
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As far as I'm concerned, Flat Rate boxes were MADE for shipping brakes!

Not sure where you came up with a 70lb max though.

Per USPS web site "The Priority Mail Flat Rate Box features predetermined rates regardless of weight (domestically).....International Priority Mail (20 lb weight limit applies)."

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As far as I'm concerned, Flat Rate boxes were MADE for shipping brakes!

Not sure where you came up with a 70lb max though.

Per USPS web site "The Priority Mail Flat Rate Box features predetermined rates regardless of weight (domestically).....International Priority Mail (20 lb weight limit applies)."

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20lbs is for INTERNATIONAL!! And although Cali might as well be part of Mexico, it's not international.
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priority flat rate large box, 13 bucks up to 70 pounds. priority flat box 10 bucks up to 70 pounds.

Thats how I shipped my 1.8 brakes. Calipers into the small flat, rotors into the large flat, shipping was like 23 bucks total for both boxes with confirmation.

learn how to use the mail amateurs.
Far less than gas and dealing with retarded Cali driving.
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20lbs is for INTERNATIONAL!! And although Cali might as well be part of Mexico, it's not international.
Right - no weight limit domestic. 20 pounds international.

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As far as I'm concerned, Flat Rate boxes were MADE for shipping brakes!

Not sure where you came up with a 70lb max though.

Per USPS web site "The Priority Mail Flat Rate Box features predetermined rates regardless of weight (domestically).....International Priority Mail (20 lb weight limit applies)."

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Wow they must have changed it recently. I swear it was a 70 pound limit no less then a month ago.

Eitherway, it works, and unless youre shipping lead theres nothing to worry about.
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Good to know.
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SOLD! Please close the thread.
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