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S60R Rear callipers onto a Classic V70 AWD

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Old Nov 29th, 2012, 12:11   #1
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Default S60R Rear callipers onto a Classic V70 AWD

Hi all,

I have the S60R rear callipers to fit to my 2000 V70R AWD.

The S60R disks fit fine and the handbrake shoes are all fine on the inside.

The problem is the callipers don't seem to fit.

The callipers I have bought do have the callipers carries that were removed from an 850/S70 FWD, are these calliper carries simply the wrong ones for an AWD application?

Many thanks in advance.

1999 Phase 3 V70R 2.4 AWD, Lazer Blue, 1 of 33 UK cars
Owned by myself for the past 18 years
Only Phase III in Ireland?
1994 Volvo 480ES 2.0i (In and out of Roadworthiness)
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Old Nov 29th, 2012, 19:15   #2
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I'm not aware of anyone fitting the S60R calipers to the rear of an AWD classic so unless you make some brackets they cannot be fitted..
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Old Nov 24th, 2013, 15:11   #3
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easy to fit, this is the set up i use.

I wonder if he ever fitted these?
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