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Old 08-14-2016, 07:41 PM   #1
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Front brake pads

I have a 2002 alpine I am looking to replace the front brake pads,Does anybody know the part number on the front pads
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Dean, if you can crawl under your coach, the casting number on the caliper is all you need. With that number call Napa and they will cross reference the number and get you the correct pads. My coach is a 99 and suspect your 2002 have the same calipers. So here is my Caliper Casting No. 4153222. The NAPA part number for the pads is #UP7655M. Front and rear are the same.
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Something to consider. You may want to replace the calipers while you are at it. The additional cost is not significant and worth the peace of mind.
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Old 08-15-2016, 07:38 AM   #4
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Contacted Meritor, they confirmed EM info, KIT D769AM (Note: 1 kit per axle, so two kits for F & R). Meritor recommend their distibutor Ogburns Truck Parts, also a Chevy and possibly Ford truck dealer. Meritor also confirmed reversal of Calipers (Front to rear). After I confirmed the Meritor KIT info, the repair facility contacted their distributor and found a Raybestos KIT# RYB PGD 1032M. I checked with NAPA, gave them the Meritor Kit number and they could not x-ref? All other parts looked fine. KIT prices ranged for $60 (Intenet) to $350 ea.

These pads are used on 2003 to 2009 Chevy C6500 & C7500 series trucks w/8.1 Gas, 7.2 & 7.8 diesels, and other models.

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Old 08-15-2016, 06:59 PM   #5
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The WRV used different Calipers on the Alpine Coaches from 1998 through 2000 and some 2001 Alpines have a two piston floating calipers that used pin sliders. From 2001 until they closed they used a a four piston fixed caliper. I do not know if the pads are the same on both types of calipers but there is a good chance there not. But as mentioned earlier NAPA or any other Truck Parts House can use the casting numbers to get the correct part numbers for you.
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