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So since I bought my "Frankenzuki" last spring, I've fallen in Zuki-love. :lol:

This spring I put some work into it; new plugs, custom made wires, cap and rotor, rear engine seal, oil pan seal, valve cover seal set, carb service, fuel filter, all the driveline fluids changed and tranny, plus oil change... Needless to say my Zuki is "happy".

Alas I have a major problem. No rear brakes, and it's effing impossible to find brake parts. I'm going to do an axle swap... Eventually, but until them, I really need working rear brakes.

I've read/heard Samurai rear discs will bolt onto my SJ?

If so can anyone give me information? I need a list of parts I will need and the years of Samurai I can take parts from.
 

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When searching for brake parts for you're 410 search under Suzuki Sierra .
Just did a quick search on EBAY. Found every part of you're braking system in a matter of minuets.
 

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Just found this: Suzuki 4x4 FAQ/Tech

According to this my SJ isn't quite the same as a Sierra, will the brake parts still work?


Names and pseudonyms of Suzuki vehicles.

LJ series AKA: Hopestar, LJ10, LJ20, LJ50/55, LJ80/81
Styles: Hardtop, Convertible, Pickup; 2 Seater, 3 Seater, or 4 Seater; 2 Door
Manufactured: 1970-


SJ series AKA: SJ20, SJ30/40, SJ410, SJ413
Styles: Hardtop, Convertible, Long Wheel Base, Pickup; 4 Seater; 2 Door, 4 Door
Manufactured: 1977-1984


Samurai series AKA: Sierra (Europe, Aus, NZ), Jimny (Asia)
Models: JA, JX, JL, Elk, Stockman, Special, Landadventure
Styles: Hardtop, Convertible, LWB, Pickup,
Manufactured: 1985-Current


Sidekick AKA: Vitara (Europe, Aus, NZ), Escudo (Asia)
Models: JA, JX, JLX, Sport
Styles: Hardtop, Convertible 2 Dr, 4 Dr
Manufactured: 1988-Current


X-90 Styles: T-Roof; 2 Door; 2 Seater
Manufactured: 1997-Current


Vitara Styles: 2 door, 4 door, Grand Vitara
Manufactured: 1998-Current.
 
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