Lol, when you buy the wipers, it should've came with some hardware.
Or, re-use the hardware off your old wipers.
All wipers I ever bought comes with clip in, screw in, hook in, whatever hardware to make it work.
I'll be installing them whenever I receive them. But ya unfortunately it's 2 weeks away.
One other brake pad company I'd look into that I've tried is Carbotech.
I ran that on my RSX for Time Attack/Racing last year. Excellent pads. Comes at a higher price though.
I ran the XP8 pads all...
I don't know if they make it for your Supra, but I bought some Stoptech pads for my MKIII.
Still a couple weeks before I get them though.
From what I've seen/heard/read in RSX forums, they are apparently better all-around than Hawk HP+ or Axxis Ultimates.
They supposedly have:
The shaking is 100% coming from the rear.
It definitely happens during acceleration, not sure about racing. If I back off the throttle at those speeds, it still does it. I've also tried touching the brake, I don't remember there being a change other than that driving at slower speeds reduces...
There is some play when the car is up on the hoist when I turn the wheels forward/reverse. Makes a clicking noise too.
I put in a 1 piece driveshaft and it got rid of some banging that was caused from worn center bearing.
I'm leaning towards worn axles.
There is a little springy switch thing on the brakes.
The rotors should have a hole in the hat with a rubber cap. If you turn it so the hole is in the bottom, that's where the springy switch is.
Depending on which side of the car you're doing it do, that's how you adjust the distance between...