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Old 02-16-2017, 01:06 PM   #1
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Looking for GM part number please

For the spindle/hub assembly not the brake caliper. Thank you.

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Re: Looking for GM part number please

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Re: Looking for GM part number please

515-01597R
515-01598L

I'm guessing that is the second generation spindle for the dual piston brake setup?

I think that is what you are looking for

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Re: Looking for GM part number please

Thanks much!

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515-01597R
515-01598L

I'm guessing that is the second generation spindle for the dual piston brake setup?

I think that is what you are looking for

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Re: Looking for GM part number please

01597 and 01598 are the part numbers for the spindles.

The part number for the hubs is 513124. Timken or Moog are the way to go.

Just picked up 2 Timkens from rockauto.com for $200 shipped. Probably could've found em cheaper somewhere else with some more googling... but that was the cheapest I found with minimal effort.
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