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Old 05-25-2005, 11:38 PM   #1
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i was wondering if the brake pads, rotors, drums, wheel bearings ball joints and enlinks on a 93 fit on a 96 as well?
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They should, but for the pads and end-links -why put used on? They're only a couple dollars each new (can get basic pads and end-links for $40 +/- a couple $ at almost any parts store).
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I've got to agree with OBE'*. Price is very low. Plus there'* the labor to take off the old, clean them up. You'll be happier with new.
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agreed... New is the way to go..

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i didnt mean to say i was taking them from the 93, i was asking if they are the same parts. dod they go up a size or tehy are the exact same matcing parts/numbers.
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There are some changes throughout the years... An example would be that there was a slight change in the rotor size.... we still seem to warp all of them regaurdless...lol

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steve a fast way to find out if the are interchangable is to go to Autozone.com do a search for the 93 then the 96 if they have the same part number it will work if its different i wont
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Having seen my 95, and Randy'* 93 and 97. There are more changes than one would think.
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Steve, use www.gmpartsdirect.com to find out. That'* what we do.
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I think that the endlinks would be the same.....But why not just get the right part from the get-go and not have to **** with interchangability issues.
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