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PN3514 DISC PAD SET NiBK JNBK FRONT KIT DB1945 DB1945T GDB7243​ FP3139 HITACHI NDP386 KASHIYAMA D6113 KASHIYAMA D611302 KASHIYAMA D6130 MINTEX MDB2990 MITSUBISHI MK449107 MK529355
PN3514 DISC PAD SET NiBK JNBK FRONT KIT DB1945 DB1945T GDB7243​ Asuki AF-6113 BENDIX DB 1945 FBL AFP513 FiT FP3139 HITACHI NDP386 KASHIYAMA D6113 KASHIYAMA D611302 KASHIYAMA D6130 MINTEX MDB2990 MITSUBISHI MK449107 MITSUBISHI MK529355 Miyaco MD313 Front Axle Brake Apr 04~Mar 07 3.0 L FE70B 4M42 Rear Axle Brake Apr 04~Mar 07 3.0 L FE71B 4M42T Front Axle Brake Apr 04~Mar 07 3.0 L FE71B 4M42T Front Axle Brake Apr 04~Mar 07 3.0 L FE72B 4M42 Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 4.2 L FE70C Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 4.2 L FE71C Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 4.2 L FE72C Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 4.2 L FE73C Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 4.2 L FE82C Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 4.2 L FE83C Front Axle Brake May 02~Dec 04 4.2 L FE83C 4D33 Front Axle Brake May 02~Oct 11 4.9 L FE82D Rear Axle Brake May 02~Oct 11 4.9 L FE82D Front Axle Brake Feb 04~Oct 11 4.9 L FE70D Front Axle Brake Feb 04~Oct 11 4.9 L FE71D Front Axle Brake Feb 04~Oct 11 4.9 L FE72D Front Axle Brake Feb 04~Oct 11 4.9 L FE78D Front Axle Brake Feb 04~Oct 11 4.9 L FG70D Front Axle Brake Apr 04~Oct 11 4.9 L FE88D 4M50-T Front Axle Brake Jul 04~Jan 07 4.9 L FG82D 4M50 Front Axle Brake Jul 04~Jan 07 4.9 L FG88D 4M50 Front Axle Brake Jul 04~Nov 10 4.9 L FE84D Front Axle Brake Jul 04~Nov 10 4.9 L FG70D 4M50 Front Axle Brake Jul 04~Nov 10 4.9 L FG72D 4M50-T Rear Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FE70E Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FE70E Rear Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FE71E Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FE71E Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FE72E Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FE78E Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FE82E Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FE83C Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FE88E Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FG70E Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FG72E Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FG82E Front Axle Brake May 02~Aug 04 5.2 L FG88E
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BECAUSE OF THE COMPLEXITY OF BRAKE SYSTEMS
IF YOU ARE NOT SURE ABOUT THE ITEM YOU ARE CHOOSING !
THEN EMAIL THE FOLLOWING INFO TO US, TO INVESTIGATE
ALL INFO IS REQUIRED, IF YOU DON'T, THEN WE WILL JUST DELETE YOUR EMAIL.
A) 17 DIGIT VIN NUMBER
B) YEAR MODEL + ENGINE SIZE


SET INLCUDES 4 OR 8 DISC PADS DEPENDING ON MODEL

  
1 SET OF DISC PADS WILL DO 1 AXLE (2 WHEELS)

Specifications:

Location Front Axle Brake
Length-1 123
Pcs In Set 8
Thickness-1 17.3
Width-1 56.5

DISC PAD SET FRONT MITSUBISHI CANTER
Mitsubishi Canter 2.8 FB70A  FD70A 4 Wheel Disc May 2002-2004 DB1945 DB1945HD

 
Mitsubishi    Canter    May 2002 - NOW    4.9 FE82D (some)    DB1945    DB1945    
Mitsubishi    Canter    May 2002 - Aug 2004    4.2 FE82C, FE83C    DB1945    
Mitsubishi    Canter    May 2002 - Aug 2004    4.2 FE70C, FE71C, FE72C, FE73C    DB1945    
 
MITSUBISHI Canter
Front Axle Brake    Apr 04~Mar 07    3.0 L    FE70B    4M42
Rear Axle Brake    Apr 04~Mar 07    3.0 L    FE71B    4M42T
Front Axle Brake    Apr 04~Mar 07    3.0 L    FE71B    4M42T
Front Axle Brake    Apr 04~Mar 07    3.0 L    FE72B    4M42
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    4.2 L    FE70C    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    4.2 L    FE71C    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    4.2 L    FE72C    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    4.2 L    FE73C    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    4.2 L    FE82C    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    4.2 L    FE83C    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Dec 04    4.2 L    FE83C    4D33
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Oct 11    4.9 L    FE82D    
Rear Axle Brake    May 02~Oct 11    4.9 L    FE82D    
Front Axle Brake    Feb 04~Oct 11    4.9 L    FE70D    
Front Axle Brake    Feb 04~Oct 11    4.9 L    FE71D    
Front Axle Brake    Feb 04~Oct 11    4.9 L    FE72D    
Front Axle Brake    Feb 04~Oct 11    4.9 L    FE78D    
Front Axle Brake    Feb 04~Oct 11    4.9 L    FG70D    
Front Axle Brake    Apr 04~Oct 11    4.9 L    FE88D    4M50-T
Front Axle Brake    Jul 04~Jan 07    4.9 L    FG82D    4M50
Front Axle Brake    Jul 04~Jan 07    4.9 L    FG88D    4M50
Front Axle Brake    Jul 04~Nov 10    4.9 L    FE84D    
Front Axle Brake    Jul 04~Nov 10    4.9 L    FG70D    4M50
Front Axle Brake    Jul 04~Nov 10    4.9 L    FG72D    4M50-T
Rear Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FE70E    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FE70E    
Rear Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FE71E    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FE71E    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FE72E    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FE78E    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FE82E    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FE83C    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FE88E    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FG70E    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FG72E    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FG82E    
Front Axle Brake    May 02~Aug 04    5.2 L    FG88E


AKEBONO    AN-701K
Asuki    AF-6113
BENDIX    DB 1945
FBL    AFP513
FiT    FP3139
HITACHI    NDP386
KASHIYAMA    D6113
KASHIYAMA    D611302
KASHIYAMA    D6130
MINTEX    MDB2990
MITSUBISHI    MK449107
MITSUBISHI    MK529355
Miyaco    MD313
NISSHINBO    PF3514
SB    BP23514
TOKICO    TN659
TRW    GDB7243
 


TO SEE IF YOUR DISC PADS ARE AVAILABLE CLICK ON NiBK LOGO BELOW AND 

ONCE FOUND PART NUMBER. TYPE IT IN OUR SITE. BRETTSTRUCK.COM.AU


ITS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA TO CHECK PICTURE AS WELL (IF ACTUAL ITEM IS SHOWN)
SO AS TO RECIVE THE CORRECT ITEM !!


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