Can't answer your question, but why don't you rebuild the one you have. It's really easy and you should be able to get a kit. Strip it down, take the seals etc. to a brake specialist and they should be able to match the seals. The hard one to find is the very small o-ring on the adjusting screw. My GTV6 was matched to a Saab kit with the exception of the o-ring. A lot of them leak from the o-ring so don't miss it if you rebuild.
If you don't do the maintenance it will go south even faster. If you don't trust yourself to do the work and are not that handy with a spanner, my recommendation would be to pull it out (2 bolts and the hose) and find a friendly mechanic to do the work for you. It would take 2 hours of his labour and about $30 (or less) for the kit. If your budget stretches to an official rebuilt item expect to pay $200 just for the caliper. A rip off IMHO. Then you would still have to find a competent mechanic to do the work. Most will turn you away as they are afraid of any car they can't plug into a diagnostic machine. The one you find to take the job will charge you a premium just 'cos it has an Alfa badge on it. Wait till after the show and I will step you through it. Or buy a few beers and a board member will pop round and give you a hand. These guys will do anything for a free beer. Good luck.
I'm going to switch out my calipers with Milano/GTV-6 calipers here in the next few weeks after I get the time ti get the 164 back on the road. I'll let you know how it goes. The rebuild kits are different between the two cars but I can't see the physical differences. I'll keep you posted.
Since I found the rear calipers for $100 all rebuilt, i went for it also they look great.
i started calculating $30 for kit, plus the guy wanted $80 per caliper i just got the rebuilt one. i'm pulling them apart this week so i hope all goes well.
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