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Old 02-29-2012, 09:34 AM
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mustang 2 caliper support

which is l/h and which is r/h bracket? stock brackets.

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If memory serves, they'll only fit correctly one way and it should be intuitively obvious which way they go. However if you can't figure it out just temporarily install one of the rotors and then there will be no doubt which one goes to which side.

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If you make sure the threaded hole for the caliper stop bolt is on the bottom, they will only line up properly one way.
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I think I got it. One bracket has M2RD cast into it and the other has M2LD cast into it. R&L, right?

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