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Old 10-05-2018, 01:16 AM   #15
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gosh--did you look at the link I provided on a 1999 brake job--guess not.....
Perry GA Registerred Today. Nothing about brakes in the thread when I opened it
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Old 10-05-2018, 01:21 AM   #16
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I don't know what to tell you but when I click on that link all I get is the post that I shared the link to
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Old 10-05-2018, 01:21 AM   #17
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But I certainly do appreciate the effort on your part
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Old 10-05-2018, 01:22 AM   #18
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Rotors -- Webb Wheel 54775P-65
Caliper -- NAPA #SE8609
Pads -- NAPA #UP7655M - 73mm

As others pointed out, the caliper casting number is key to finding all the parts. No mystery, just crawl under and look at one caliper. All four take the same parts.
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Old 10-08-2018, 11:55 AM   #19
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Kenzz05,

I found rotors, pads, and calipers all readily available at NAPA auto parts for my 1998 36FDS Alpine. Likely the same part # as yours. Don't have numbers here but I can get them tomorrow if you need them.

If you over heated them as I did you may need ABS sensors also. Readily available from Amazon at a much better price than local truck supply houses.
Any chance you have the inner oil seal number as well? While all the parts brake related cross over to 04-08 Ford f650 apparently the spindle and bearing is is significantly larger
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Old 10-09-2018, 08:35 AM   #20
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Part numbers and prices on Henderson's Line Up work order 1/26/2017

!998 Alpine
Front Rotor CEN8537GS $236.23
Brake Pads 106.02250 $270.98
Caliper 141.80003 $147.51
Seal 370001A $65.60

Part number and prices on NAPA invoice 5/3/07

Brake Pads FT-7147 $147.60
Caliper SE8551 $162.00

I wouldn't think you will need the seal unless you are replacing the rotors.
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I recently had the brakes done on my 2001 coach. Finding the right parts is more complicated than just getting the number off the caliper. There are endless variations. If you order the parts, get them from somewhere that will take returns. If you have the option to do so, pull apart one of the wheels to get parts numbers off the old parts before you order. If your rotor has been cherry red, you may need more than brake pads and a caliper (I found a couple of the wheel speed sensors melted). I initially ordered the webb rotor 54775p-65 listed in an earlier post on this thread. It wouldn't fit. It was 1/3" too big in diameter. I posted about my research - you need to read all the way through to get to the right stuff for my coach.

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Old 10-09-2018, 10:11 AM   #22
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And you are correct just got a call from installer the rotors are in fact 5/16th to large in diameter
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Part numbers and prices on Henderson's Line Up work order 1/26/2017

!998 Alpine
Front Rotor CEN8537GS $236.23
Brake Pads 106.02250 $270.98
Caliper 141.80003 $147.51
Seal 370001A $65.60

Part number and prices on NAPA invoice 5/3/07

Brake Pads FT-7147 $147.60
Caliper SE8551 $162.00

I wouldn't think you will need the seal unless you are replacing the rotors.
Rotors are trashed yes I'm replacing
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Part numbers and prices on Henderson's Line Up work order 1/26/2017

!998 Alpine
Front Rotor CEN8537GS $236.23
Brake Pads 106.02250 $270.98
Caliper 141.80003 $147.51
Seal 370001A $65.60

Part number and prices on NAPA invoice 5/3/07

Brake Pads FT-7147 $147.60
Caliper SE8551 $162.00

I wouldn't think you will need the seal unless you are replacing the rotors.
FYI Gene I know it's kinda late in the game but those prices you posted are really high unless you were quoting for 2 rotors 2 calipers etc rotors were less then half what you have up
pads also half
Same with the seals
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