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I don't spend a lot of time in the Brake Forum, and I have done some searches, but I'll just cut to the chase: What is the least-expensive Big Brake Kit you can get for the Tundra?
 

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If you never had the brake TSB done to your truck, then you still have the smaller calipers.

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If you never had the brake TSB done to your truck, then you still have the smaller calipers.

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I suppose that is one way to look at it. :rolleyes:

'Cept I bought mine used. So I don't know its history prior to 42000 miles. But I'm guessing it still has the old calipers.
 

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I believe if you give a dealer your VIN they can tell you if it has ever had the brake TSB done at a Toyota dealer.

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Look in the TSB section for this TSB

BR001-03 FRONT BRAKE COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION (REVISED)

There is a picture of both the old and new calipers side by side. You should be able to tell which you have after comparing your calipers to the ones in the pictures.

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Look in the TSB section for this TSB

BR001-03 FRONT BRAKE COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION (REVISED)

There is a picture of both the old and new calipers side by side. You should be able to tell which you have after comparing your calipers to the ones in the pictures.

Rick
Well, I definately have the old calipers....
 
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