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In good working condition when removed from a running driving car. Complete assembly or buy just the calipers. Bolt on to any car with the early 105 ATE spindles (small spread) or if you buy the complete set-up will bolt into any 105-115 chassis. Open to fair offers as I’m not sure-
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Someone was asking and I’m sure with the breadth of knowledge available here someone will answer, what is the spacing for these vs. the spacing for the later 2.0L ATE calipers? Thanks!
 

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I have them on my 79 Spider. RJ built me a pair of drop spindle uprights based upon a pair from an earlier 105 that had the same bolt spacing as the Brembos. You can easily remove the spacers in the calipers to convert them from vented to solid rotors.
 
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