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Urgent!!!2007 tundra caliper on 2003 tacoma???

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by InsaneDriver, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. Mar 19, 2012 at 6:59 PM
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    Hi to everyone, this is my first post. I want to know if is possible to fit a 2007 Tundra calipers in a 1st gen tacoma(2003 DC sr5)?? Im be looking for the specs of 2007-2011 tundra calipers but I cant find anything. Oh! And Sorry for my bad English im in little bit of rush using mi Iphone to write this! Help!!!
    Greetings from Puerto Rico.
     
  2. Mar 19, 2012 at 8:19 PM
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    No. They may (or may not) bolt on, but the geometry+rotor size and pads are different
     
  3. Mar 20, 2012 at 8:47 AM
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    Thanks 1GR, I will replace the pads and rotor too, my question is if the tundra 2007-2011 calipers are going to fit bolt on like the calipers of the 2000-2005 tundra.
     
  4. Mar 20, 2012 at 11:11 AM
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    Any help?
     
  5. Mar 20, 2012 at 12:20 PM
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    The hub centric rotors are too large from the 2007-2011 tundra.. 2000-2006 tundra same size hub as Tacoma second gen.
     
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    You mean first gen...
     
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    search big brake upgrade... i'm too lazy to find the thread for you but a guy was selling the parts and left links to a bunch of write ups in his description
     
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    Thank you very much! I just had a great deal for a 2009 tundra calipers but you just save me some time and money. Anyone know the caliper model number? for example I know that for the 00-06 tacoma could be 13WE (199mm) or 13WL (231mm), 07-11 tundra should be 13W_??
     
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    Aren't those rotors 5 lugs anyway?
     
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    Why is this in the 2nd gen Tacoma forum again?
     
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    2007+ Tundra, yes. Until then, no. Same hub size, and bolt pattern as second gen Taco.
     
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    That part I knew. :D
     
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    I did not know that 2007+ tundra are 5 bolt, thanks again. And what about 2007 calipers on 2005 rotors ?? :pout:
     
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    No. The rotor is smaller on the 2005. Therefore, after mounting the Caliper, the pads will sit too far past the rotor. The top of the pads must be lined up with outside edge of rotor, and bottom of pads lined up with inside edge of rotor. (Vertically, not width) Hard to explain without diagrams/pointing at components.
    2000-2006 calipers must be with same pads and rotors, and must fit hub and bolt locations for caliper. Cannot cross over with 2007+ Components. Also, you are talking about first gen, which gets a little tricky depending if you have VSC or not etc. etc...
     
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    go on customtacos.com

    a few of our So Cal buddies on there upgraded their brakes to Tundra rotors and pads, and it didn't cost as much as the aftermarket kits out there...

    i want to say that Jarret and/or Joel did write ups on CustomTacos about what parts you need and how to swap them out...

    once done, you can no longer run 15 inch wheels on the truck...
     
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    oops.. not Joel... the write up was from Tam Nguyen... i don't know if he still has the truck...
     
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