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Front Brake Caliper Assembly - 45100-392-003 - Honda CB750

$125.50
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Product Description

Complete Honda front brake caliper assembly. This caliper assembly does not come pre-assembled, it includes all the parts shown in the photo.

This presents a solution to these questions...."what do I do if my piston is heavily pitted and so is the inside of my caliper?" or "my pads are toast, my bleeder valve is seized and so is my piston!" Yes, some of us just start cleaning, soaking and scrubbing all the parts and replace individual parts such as the piston, seal and bleeder valve but if you want your caliper looking and working like new and you want to save a lot of time, get the complete caliper. Finish the job in minutes rather than hours!

Complete Caliper Assembly Includes:

2 - Mounting Bolts
2 - Washers (for mounting bolts)
1 - Cotter Pin
1 - Rubber Cap for bleeder valve
1 - Piston
1 - Bleeder Valve
1 - Piston Seal
1 - Brake Pad A
1 - Brake Pad B
1 - Caliper A
1 - Caliper B

Replaces Honda Part Number: 45100-392-003

Installation Note: If there is any black paint over-spray inside the caliper it should be removed with brake fluid or an equivalent solvent prior to installing. Some steel wool will clean it up easily.

Note: Brake calipers changed from year to year. There is another very similar looking caliper that was used on earlier models from early 70's. Please check the mounting spacing listed below.

Mounting Spacing - 51mm (2") measured from center to center.

Fits Honda:

CB750A Hondamatic - 1976 (Could be used on a 77-78 model but the stock round spacer between the stationary brake pad and caliper B may need to be reused)
CB750F Super Sport - 1975-1976
CB750K Four - 1977-1978

Other Details

Main Category:
Brakes
Sub Category 1:
Calipers
Sub Category 2:
Brake Caliper Kits

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  1. Complete kit, looks OEM 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Mar 2020

    Fitted easily with no problems; it was a straightforward remove and replace operation with all parts included. Looks OEM. Most time consuming part was bleeding the brakes afterwards. After having now used it a while, there are no leaks, no issues and much improved braking performance compared to the old worn out caliper.