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Old 03-23-2015, 10:56 PM   #21
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:( My brakes are so loud now.
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The fronts i ordered arrived today. They look suspiciously like the non-sport hardware. Will upload pic in the morning.

This will make me mad. I want the right ****.
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I can't believe that N0Y73329ZMV is not the correct front sport brake hardware. I guess the hardware in my garage is basically trash

This is the first time I have seen Rosenthal have an incorrect part #.

I know it's not ideal, but there is a Mazda Value pad set for the sport brakes that is pretty cheap.

Mazda Front Sport Brake pad sets | Jim Ellis Mazda

I don't know for sure it's right though, I'm starting to question all the sport brake pad and hardware parts #'s...seems Mazda really dropped the ball on this.

Those pads are less than $34 at Mazda-parts.com, and I'm sure they are cheaper for Mazdaspeed members. I know spending $34 on pads and hardware is a bit silly if you won't be using the pads, but I'm at a loss and can't think of any cheaper option that will work at this point.

Hope we can find a workable solution. I want the right hardware.
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I'll make these ebay sellers take this stuff back if it's wrong. Both of them excluded NB1s and showed MSM compatibility.
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What's the verdict, do these look wrong? This is supposed to be fronts.

Probably the wrong brake shims. by concealer404, on Flickr
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Concealer. Buddy. Pal.

Please for the love of all that is holy tell me those were right.

My brakes sound like a cowbell.
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I've been poking around because I was curious, and it looks like the only options really are buying the complete OEM brake pad kits
or trying something like this or trying something like this
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Don't know how well it'll work without shims, but it's worth a try.
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