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  1. #1 brake pads 
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    Hi, I am trying to source front and rear brake pads for my 1998 sportster, I think the rear calliper is ford sierra or cozy part No L4 520 0659/4 but i am not sure. The front calliper is a 4 pot lockheed part No AP1981 524t 208g 3247 2107 c . Can anyone help me out with which pads I need .

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  2. #2 Re: brake pads 
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    Have a look at EBC brakes or Europarts you could possibly match up pads etc. with pictures on their websites.
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  3. #3 Re: brake pads 
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    I'm fairly certain that your rear calipers will be from a Sierra like these...

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/peters...7654146785074/

    Less certain but a bit of guess that your front calipers would be from an Austin Princess. IIRC these were a common choice for kit car builders.

    https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/ccsc...ase-t7337.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by phil.coyle View Post
    Have a look at EBC brakes or Europarts you could possibly match up pads etc. with pictures on their websites.
    I never trust pictures on a website, often generic ones.
    Somebody once claimed that a Marina had vented discs because that’s what was in the picture.
    No Marinas, or Roadsters have vented disks unless they have followed my lead and converted to Clio discs and callipers.
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