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    Raybestos Brake Part numbers

    Here are Raybestos brand brake component numbers:

    Brake pads (front): PGD282M (M is for metalic, remove the M if you want organic)
    Brake pads (rear): PGD305 (sorry, No metalics availible)
    Rotors (front):9296
    Rotors (rear):96379
    Caliper Seal Kit (front):wk1082
    Caliper Seal Kit (rear):wk1689
    Caliper Hardware Kit (front):H15648
    Caliper housing bolt (front):H15038
    Caliperhousing Bolt (rear):h15072
    Caliper Piston (front): DPS85128
    Caliper Rubber bushing kit (front):h16004
    Caliper Rubber bushing kit (rear):h16025
    Master cylinder Kit:mk1635
    Master cylinder:mc39423
    Brake Hose (front, Upper, Kouki):bh38794
    Brake Hose (front, Upper, zenki):bh36875
    Brake Hose (front, Lower):bh38161
    brake hose (Rear, center):bh36937
    E-brake cable (front):bc93468
    E-brake cable(right):bc93878
    E-brake cable (left):bc93880

    Sorry for not having any calipers numbers. The autoparts store I work at do not sell Raybestos Calipers, therefore we do not list them either. I will post caliper numbers from a different brand (FENCO).

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    Raybestos is garbage.
    I have to replace that crap all the time due to failure.

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    Ok, thanx for your opinion. but I was trying to make it easier for other people to get Part numbers for the parts they need, instead of spending a while to try and figure it out. The only expirience I have with raybestos are pads. we sell other brands (fenco, Beck arnley world parts, auto extra......) I just so happen to have the raybestos catalog on me.

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    Sorry, didn't mean to sound like a dick, but the pads and shoes crack and seperate alot.
    the rotors and stuff might be ok.
    the e-brake cables might be interesting if the cost is low enough....

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    my opinion is similar to rix86's...

    the pads suck... the fronts don't fit right, and then shift out of the caliper bracket, adn then they bend when you step on the pedal...

    the rear pads aren't as bad... they're just really really really tight kuz the pad backing plate is a hair too big...

    then, there's the issue with them getting real hot and then cracking, and then separating, and then disintegrating... that, adn they squeal like a whore, even brand new...
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    i guess you pay for what you get, a friends has the raybestos pads and they are cracked...

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    i guess you pay for what you get, a friends has the raybestos pads and they are cracked...

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    I personally haven't had any problems with raybestos, maybe it's the way I brake or something, but I have heard bad things about raybestos by alot of people on these forums. I also had a hard time getting the pads in the rear cause they where a little to big, but a small file fixed that. I will have other part numbers from other ditributers later.

    the e-brake cables might be interesting if the cost is low enough....
    the left and right E-brake cables retail at, I think, 40$ each. I have had these cables in my rolla for 4 months now, I know it's not a long time but I haven't yet had a problem. I also have 2 new, used, ones for a sr5 if anyone local wants them.
    Last edited by corolla; 09-18-2006 at 01:40 AM.

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