If you have a 2000 - 2002 Toyota Tundra and 2001 - 2002 Toyota Sequoia then you will need to check your caliper to ensure that you get the correct brake pads. Toyota changed the brake design for these trucks within the production run. I believe that the initial brake design was not very good so Toyota re-engineered the caliper and brake pads to improve stopping power. Even though the rotor is the same, there are two different types of pads for these vehicles. Aside from the production run changes, some trucks within this year range have been upgraded over the years from the S13WE to the 13WL calipers, so we recommend that all customers check their front calipers before purchasing to ensure the correct brake pads will be received. One way to tell the difference between the calipers is to look at the back of the caliper near the mounting bolt hole. Cast into the caliper will either be S13WE (original design calipers) or 13WL (Retrofit calipers). You can also tell the difference if you measure the length of the brake pads. The brake pads for the S13WE caliper will be 4.7" (120 mm) long, and the brake pads for the 13WL calipers are 5.25" (134.6 mm) long. We recommend that you check the front calipers or brake pads and contact us with this information. With this information, we guarantee fitment on your vehicle.
2 FRONT & 2 REAR DRILLED AND SLOTTED PREMIUM PERFORMANCE BRAKE ROTORS M160519
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