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B140 Bakkie: Girlock brake pad help needed
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Hey folks,

Can anyone supply aftermarket brake pad part numbers for the Girlock single piston calipers on South African Bakkies please??

Cheers!

Posted on: 10/23 11:14
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Re: B140 Bakkie: Girlock brake pad help needed
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Never seen the caliper on SA cars
Usually they used ATE brakes on their vehicles

DO you have a pic ?

Posted on: 10/23 12:52
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Brake pad part numbers? 1988-2008 bakkie uses beefy Girlock calipers and large pads

Pad Type: D982/D949 104 x 61.0 x 15.50 mm, aftermarket pads include:
* ATE 524
* WVA 21170
* Brembo P 41.003

Fits:
* 1988-2008 Nissan 1400
* 1983-1987 Nissan EXA 1500
* 1983- Nissan Langley (locally assembled)
* 1983-1987 Nissan Pulsar 1300 S, 1500 GL
* 1997-1999 Nissan Sabre 160i GXi
* 1987-1992 Nissan Sentra (All Models except - 1.6 GXEi, 1.8i 16V)
* 1989-1992 Nissan Sentra 1.6, GXEi, 1.8i 16V
* 1997-2002 Nissan Sentra All Models except 200STi & 200GS

Posted on: 10/24 4:11
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Re: B140 Bakkie: Girlock brake pad help needed
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mint16

Lada Samara pad
GDB469 in Lucas brand
221 00 in Remsa brand
Or try DB1136 in Bendix (old # they have deleted them)

Posted on: 10/24 13:36
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Re: B140 Bakkie: Girlock brake pad help needed
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Hey ddgonzal, I tried these part numbers here in NZ with next to no success. Different markets, different luck I guess!

Posted on: 10/28 19:09
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Cheers dattoman_1000, looking forward to seeing how I go with your info!

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Yea, that's South Africa parts

Beware, some of the D numbers come in different versions. This is what the bakkie Girlock pads look like compare to yours:

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jpg  nissan-1400-98-exa-83-87-langley-83-pulsar-sabre-sentra-front-brake-pads-d949.jpg (46.15 KB)
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Re: B140 Bakkie: Girlock brake pad help needed
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Dattoman, what year Bakkie is that for? Those Lucas etc. part numbers look very similar but are larger than the 1998-2008 bakkie pads

LADA/VW GOLF
119.5 x 74 mm

BAKKIE 1998-up
104 x 61 mm

Mint16, which pads do you have? 104 mm wide or 119mm wide?

Posted on: 10/30 7:54
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scratch that, I was looking at the wrong one

LUCAS GDB469/GDB 469
TRW LMS116
(Lucas was taken over by TRW Automotive in 1999)

LADA
* backing plate same width, but 1mm taller + pad goes down closer to hub
* Takes up 4.6 mm more in the caliper (each pad is 2.3 mm thicker). If the piston will compress that much it will fit in

Might do

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