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I see people mentioning 5th Gen (2010 and up I think) but I have a 2007. I am running 17" wheels.

What parts do I need to order for this upgrade? Has anyone done this for a 2007 yet?


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I see people mentioning 5th Gen (2010 and up I think) but I have a 2007. I am running 17" wheels.

What parts do I need to order for this upgrade? Has anyone done this for a 2007 yet?


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Yes it worked on my '07 with 17's no problem. Search this thread for my posts. I mentioned the parts I used and so have a few others.
 

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FWIW, I am still extremely happy I did this upgrade to my 2010 FJ. I've had absolutely no brake fade or pad smell putting these thru the paces in the CO mountains. I've run them hard thru Eisenhower Tunnel, Vail Pass, Monarch Pass, etc and they are consistent and harder stopping than the OEM FJ clampers. I run them with OEM 4R front rotors and TRD pads for reference. Again, the pedal throw is slightly longer off the top due to piston size but it becomes the new norm after a couple months.

If you need new calipers, rotors and pads I'd recommend the 4Runner route over OEM FJ anyday.

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Discussion Starter #406
Power Stop part #S2766

Here is the part number for the power stop red powder coated calipers, cost is around $260.




Dont forget, some of these sites have discount codes.
 
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