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Old 05-30-2021, 07:18 PM #1
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brake part numbers for 2000 4runner limited

Hi,
Does anybody have the OEM part number for the 2000 4runner limited brake pads, rotor and caliper?
Currently I have:
brake pads: 0446535240
rotor: 4351235210
caliper: Front 47730F4020 (right) 47750F4020 (left)

Did I get the correct OEM part numbers?
Thanks,

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Hi,
Does anybody have the OEM part number for the 2000 4runner limited brake pads, rotor and caliper?
Currently I have:
brake pads: 0446535240
rotor: 4351235210
caliper: Front 47730F4020 (right) 47750F4020 (left)

Did I get the correct OEM part numbers?
Thanks,

--stoney
The rotors are correct for 16 inch wheels The caliper part numbers that I have.
LH 47750-35120, RH 47730-35110. Might as well throw in new pins and anti rattle front brake kit 04947-60080 and shim kit 04945-35040.
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Thank your for your response.
The calipers with part number you listed are much more expensive. So yours are the correct ones?

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The rotors are correct for 16 inch wheels The caliper part numbers that I have.
LH 47750-35120, RH 47730-35110. Might as well throw in new pins and anti rattle front brake kit 04947-60080 and shim kit 04945-35040.
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Thank your for your response.
The calipers with part number you listed are much more expensive. So yours are the correct ones?

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Oem parts are generally quite expensive,The part numbers I have are for 2000 with 16 inch wheels.The caliper part numbers, you posted are not for 3rd Gen 4runner. Why are you replacing calipers? You can easily rebuild them.
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I am going to replace just the front rotors and pads. I am just collecting the part numbers for calipers in case I need to replace them in the future.

As for rebuilding the calipers, how can it be done? Is it just to replace the wore parts with the same OEM parts on the calipers? Will you kindly share the idea or related OEM part numbers? Thanks again.

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Oem parts are generally quite expensive,The part numbers I have are for 2000 with 16 inch wheels.The caliper part numbers, you posted are not for 3rd Gen 4runner. Why are you replacing calipers? You can easily rebuild them.
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I am going to replace just the front rotors and pads. I am just collecting the part numbers for calipers in case I need to replace them in the future.

As for rebuilding the calipers, how can it be done? Is it just to replace the wore parts with the same OEM parts on the calipers? Will you kindly share the idea or related OEM part numbers? Thanks again.

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Most folks on here upgrade to tundra brake calipers and rotors but there are numerous rebuild kits, Rock auto has some options, so does amazon.
Here is a video of 2003 tundra brake caliper rebuild but the process for 3rd gens would be about the same.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoQlAW4DPnA&feature=youtu.be
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Most folks on here upgrade to tundra brake calipers and rotors
Can that Tundra upgrade work on 15" wheels too?
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Can that Tundra upgrade work on 15" wheels too?
AFAIK it won't also 16 inch six spoke oem wheels. some 16 inch wheels require hubcentric spacers or a little grinding off of the calipers.

Which Wheels/Rims Fit the Tundra Brake Upgrade (13WL 231mm rotors) on a Tacoma? (or 3rd gen 4Runner) – ADVENTURETACO

Also the following thread is long but good info.

Hard to find Specs, Info & Measurements on 231mm 13WL Tundra Calipers & Rotors
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The part numbers for the brake pads and rotors are correct.
However, the part numbers for both calipers are NOT for the 2000 Toyota 4Runner. These are for the Toyota C-HR.



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Hi,
Does anybody have the OEM part number for the 2000 4runner limited brake pads, rotor and caliper?
Currently I have:
brake pads: 0446535240
rotor: 4351235210
caliper: Front 47730F4020 (right) 47750F4020 (left)

Did I get the correct OEM part numbers?
Thanks,

--stoney
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