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Brembo Calipers and pads

I have a Brand New set of Brembo Calipers and Pads that should fit a 2010-2017 Terrain or Equinox. These were originally used on Buick Regals I believe. I bought them for a winter project, but sold my Terrain before I could start on it.

What is included:

2 NEW Brembo 4 piston Calipers with Brembo Branding (not Camaro, Cadillac, etc) I believe the GM PN is 22917417 and 22917418
1 NEW set of pads
1 used 2016 Equinox Front Hub and Bearing (If desired) I think it had 5k on it and is PN 22786979

I bought the hub to dry fit everything and determine the which rotor to use off the vehicle for mock up. I can include it or sell it separate. Will be extra to ship.

What I have completed:
- Test fit the Caliper to the Hub.
What would need to be done:
- Determine rotor size. I think these are for 13.6" rotors, but some places list 14" and some list 12.6". Was going to buy and test fit a rotor from Advance Auto/Autozone to see what would work.
- Determine Dust shield modifications
- Determine if new brake lines are necessary. Was going to look at modifying some Camaro Stainless Steel lines if possible.
- Test Fit on vehicle.

$350 Plus shipping for the calipers and pads. If you would like the Hub as well, I'd do it for $20 plus shipping, as it would need to be sent separately.

Hub by itself would be $40 plus shipping and includes dust shield, hub, and wheel bearing.


NOTE: These are sold as-is. Their intended use is a 2014 Regal GS. I make no claims that these will work and function on the above listed vehicles. I have stated what I looked at. There is a person who mentioned that they installed ATS Calipers on their equinox, and these are also listed as upgrades to ATS calipers on those forums based on my research. You should do your own research and use mine merely as a starting point. I am not to be held responsible if this does not work for you, or something happens from this. I make no guarantees that this will work as mentioned. This is my disclaimer that they are sold as-is, with no guarantees.
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