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Old 03-25-2006, 02:01 AM
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Default 100 series front pads in an 80

I am going to replace my 80's front pads with 100 series pads but does anyone know the part number or years that will work? I have found two different part numbers -
years 2000-2001 #04465-60220
years 2003-2006 #04465-60230

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04465-60220 is the current part number for 100 series pads. Do be certain you are fitting them to a perfectly flat rotor, new preferably as opposed to re-surfaced. If you are not ready for new rotors I recommend you continue to use 80 series pads until such time as you need to replace the rotors.
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