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Old 10-15-2021, 11:55 PM   #23581
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Thanks! I'll let him know!
Iirc I used the yellow ones for my Nissan
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Old 10-16-2021, 06:01 AM   #23582
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Well, I guess my flush wasn't as thorough as I thought. The overfill tank has some more coffee water in it. I may flush it again soon, but it is running cooler. The temp gauge used to sit in the middle, now it leans over toward the "C"
Its a good thing that your temp gauge is leaning towards the C. Doing another flush of the cooling system will help it some more.

I took this photo of my temp gauge back in June 2021 in 90 weather with the A/C on coming home from work in stop and go traffic. Its a good indicator of where the needle should be. I call it at 46%, if H is 100% and C is 0%.


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Old 10-17-2021, 05:04 AM   #23583
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Finally finished my complete front brake job today including the initial bed-in of the pads. Bled the air in the sequence from the FSM. It made ALL of the difference! I was close in my bleeding order. But wouldn’t of ever finished without the FSM as a guide.

Put new Raybestos Brake Calipers, which were plug ‘n’ play units. Nee slide pins with grease, boots, piston seals, and dust cap. The driver side caliper was frozen in place. I could not get it to retract with the compression tool. But these calipers are very nice!

Pads have an indicating cut in them in the caliper’s sight window when it’s time to replace them. No more measuring! Very nice!

Replaced the bearings with National brand bearings and hand packed them with hi temp red grease.

Replaced the OEM bearing races with new ones. I used this bearing removal kit(I believe the sizes needed are 72mm for the outer race and 76mm is the inner race): https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07VY...b&spPl=1&psc=1

So the next 400-500 miles of moderate driving(I drive 300 miles per week) will complete the break in process of these new semi-metallic pads and drilled and slotted rotors.

Next will be new rear drums and shoes along with all new brake hardware from the same company as the front rotors and pads. I ran those old pads down to the rivets!

My truck is now officially back in service, after a nice 2 week “break”.

Edit - The attached photos are displayed sideways. I don’t know why. I did not take the photos that way. Is there any way the Moderator(s) can correct the orientation of those attached/posted photos! Thank You, if you can!

I will report back after driving the truck for the specified amount of beeak in time on the pads, rotors and calipers. So far, all works perfectly. Time will tell.
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Old 10-17-2021, 05:00 PM   #23584
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Will a square 93 instrument cluster work in a 92 ?
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Old 10-17-2021, 05:25 PM   #23585
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Probably not but maybe. The 93 is kind of a bastard year. If the face of the 92 and the 93 match chances it'll work are good. If the 93 has the hybrid 92/94 cluster I can't say.
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Old 10-18-2021, 04:44 AM   #23586
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Drove the truck today to work and back and am still in the early process of bedding-in the pads to the rotors. Everything feels great! Solid pedal feel, great stopping power and great braking response when needed and when on purpose. Very happy with the parts and performance they are giving to me. I originally used Auto Zone DOT 3 brake fluid. But when I switched out the master cylinder, I switched to Lucas DOT 3 brake fluid. Don’t notice a difference. But maybe time will tell. I’ll get about 300 miles on the pads and rotors by Thursday. I’ll get even more by Sunday. So these pads should be fully bedded-in by Sunday.
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Old 10-18-2021, 05:49 PM   #23587
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PnB, you sure got your money's worth out of those rotors.
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I did! Thanks! I ran those parts LITERALLY to the bitter end!

The new brake parts are working awesome!
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Old 10-21-2021, 03:57 PM   #23589
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I did! Thanks! I ran those parts LITERALLY to the bitter end!

The new brake parts are working awesome!
Nice going on the brake job, PNB. With thin doors, no crush zones, and only a 25 year old airbag to protect you...top-line brakes are really a necessity on a hardbody...unless you want to gamble with your life.

Love my Xterra, but miss my truck. Badly. I just hope that kid down in Tri-Cities, WA is taking care of it like I did. He paid almost five grand for it, so I hope that motivates him not to just beat the hell out of it. I keep hoping he will show up at Infamous...told him about the site a few times while he was checking out the truck.
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