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    TT brakes from 94

    Name: Dean Carpenter
    Email: [email protected]
    Phone: PM me
    City: Weston
    State: CT

    A while back I installed a BBK, so now have a full set of TT brakes available. The calipers are obviously almost 25 years old, while the pads and rotors are about 8 (I think) years old. They have about 25k miles on them at a guess - the car gets about 3000 miles a year or so.

    So this will be front calipers, pads, rotors and stainless lines. Rear calipers, pads and rotors (no lines). Plus mounting bolts. I'm almost positive the pads are Power Stop, but I don't remember what the rotors are - they're slotted and drilled, and still have a ton of meat left on them. Pads looks to have a good 60% left or more.

    Front
    94 TT front caliper 1.jpg94 TT front caliper 2.jpg94 TT front caliper 3.jpg94 TT front rotor 1.jpg94 TT front rotor 2.jpg94 TT front stainless lines.jpg

    Rear
    94 TT rear caliper 1.jpg94 TT rear caliper 2.jpg94 TT rear caliper 3.jpg94 TT rear rotor 1.jpg

    I'll be at the meet on Apr 27 so can bring them along if someone is interested. Full set - $800. Given the weight of everything, shipping would be a bear, so direct hand-off in person would be way better.

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    Only 10 images per post, so here's the last one of the thickness of the rear rotors

    94 TT rear rotor 2.jpg

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