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  1. There are a few breakers on Gumtree that might be interested in taking it off your hands.
  2. These calipers have been sold. This thread can be deleted as it is no longer useful.
  3. A buddy of mine had a project ongoing with his car and has run into some financial issues so can no longer keep it up. He can't get these items refunded, I told him i'm on one of the forums and could post on his behalf He would be happy for someone to take both for £80. Passenger side had been installed a few days ago from box but since the car does not currently run, this caliper has not been used and drivers side has not yet been installed. includes all hardware such as bleeders, brakeline bolt and washers, they are both brand new. From a 97 celica 1.8
  4. I dropped the subframe and the rear suspension is completely gutted. My general day to day motivation has been pretty low which has effected my progress on the car, but i'll update with some pics when i find the time. Currently determining which parts can be re-used and what needs to be bought. For those that are in a similar position as myself with ABS wires, i found a thread on a sister forum ' ' A user had transferred front sensors from a camry and had success with it, something i'm curious to explore myself but with the rear axle too.
  5. What are the specifications for my caliper pistons? Does anyone happen to have this info on them? I would check myself but my calipers aren't off the car and i don't have any vernier calipers to measure anyhow. I have referred to repair manuals but they do not include this.
  6. Called TCBPARTS and he had suggested that I could drop the subframe to remove the bolts as an alternative. I don't know if it's any easier than dropping the fuel tank but I'll have a look and see 😂
  7. Probably worth replacing my wheel bearings now since I've made it to the wheel hub. Still need to cut the roll bar link on the passenger side front, so I can release the control arm and replace these bushings. Drivers side front I am yet to start. Still need to remove the axle nut etc At the back I've managed to take off a few control arm bolts, though I didn't realise I would have to drop the fuel tank to actually remove them from the car. Instead I'm going to cut through the bolt and then install the bolt the reverse way to avoid the tank entirely. Still have the trailing arms to get off and the rear calipers.
  8. Does anyone have some advice removing these seized ABS without damaging. I already accidentally broke the harness that mounts into the hub, I'd prefer not to damage the abs wire. Any issue with buying an aftermarket abs line if I have no choice but to drill it/force it out?
  9. Planning to give an update on this thread soon
  10. You couldn't have been more helpful thanks. Whilst i have you here, any ideas on where i can find some documentation/diagrams/guides. Anywhere i can read up on torque specifications as well? I'd love to read some more info on the car Thanks Mike
  11. Thanks for your comment. I will definitely take that into consideration. Are they available to buy directly from Toyota or can i buy them from a different provider, but with the correct part number etc? I haven't started yet, but i'll be sure to compare parts once i starting removing the old components. I'm hoping everything i have bought can be installed but if i have made anymore mistakes , they can just be sent back. Already made one of those with the strut mounts.
  12. I bought a pair of front and rear top mounts and have realised they did not include bearings. Since the rear strut assembly on my car at the moment involves coilovers i don't have anything to reference from. I also need to pick up all the rubbers that go alongside this for the rear assembly. Are there any aftermarket bearings and shock rubbers i can buy? Just waiting on my bushings to arrive as well as some bearings now before i can start my job
  13. I plan to tackle the rust once i removed old components. Sand down and prime with zinc phosphate and then apply a cosmoline product to finish