Caliper piston seized

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  1. Srt10650

    Srt10650 Full Access Member

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    Thanks. Yes, below are the part numbers.

    MOPAR 5143399AA Caliper Piston- you need 8 pistons, 4 per caliper

    MOPAR 5143400AA Caliper Seals- you need 2, 1 per caliper.
     
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    Great.. thanks!
    I dont see this on Rockauto.. did you get it there?
    5143400AA
     
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    Those I got from EBay (stevewhitemotors They’re a dodge dealer).
     
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    I reckon I can see Rock Auto tape on them there boxes:)
     
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    Those I got from EBay (stevewhitemotors They’re a dodge dealer).
    :)
     
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    Update. Finally I was able to drive my truck after my caliper rebuild on the front. Drove about 250miles, truck definitely feels way better and stops on a dime. Before the rebuild you could definitely feel the pistons were seizing. You could feel once you let go of the gas that the truck would start slowing down noticeably. And when you would get on it, as if it was under load. Like something was holding it back. Now it feels way better. Now I just have to rebuild the rear and replace with brand new pads/rotors. I’ll keep you guys updated once that’s done. Below is a picture of the rim that I just mounted on the truck for the picture before I put all the lug nuts. Looks way cleaner too!
     

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  7. Kiwi SRT10

    Kiwi SRT10 Active Member Supporting Member

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    Nice work. I am getting a wheel alignment in the morning, then off for a drive
     
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    Are you installing a new set of tires as well? I just bought a set of yokohama Parada Spec X on the 10 and got the 4 wheel alignment as well.
     
  9. Kiwi SRT10

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    Na still got plenty tread. Just don't want to tear them up. Good thing too as the left tire was toeing out 2 mm. That has settled it down abit at high speed on our rough roads.
    However the hood scoop fell off today so there's a project. At about 110 mph passing a logging truck. 4 axle truck towing a 5 axle trailer. I think I shall make some new resin posts and drill and screw the scoop back on. Make it better stronger faster.
     
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