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The brake pads I'm looking to buy have two different part numbers, one for Akebono caliper and one for Bosch Caliper. How do I know which one I have? I looked at the front calipers on my Titan and didn't see any brand name on them.

I have a 2007 with the original brakes.
 

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i wonder if one is referring to the larger brakes that came with the 08+ trucks. did any 07s get out the door with the upgraded brakes?
 

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i wonder if one is referring to the larger brakes that came with the 08+ trucks. did any 07s get out the door with the upgraded brakes?
Nope.
 

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i wonder if one is referring to the larger brakes that came with the 08+ trucks. did any 07s get out the door with the upgraded brakes?
The list of part numbers I'm looking at are specific to 2007. The parts diagram on the Courtesy Parts site shows only a single Nissan part number for the calipers on a 2007 Titan.
 

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How about for an Armada or QX56?
 

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One guaranteed way to find out exactly which pads to use up front, measure the diameter of the front rotor(s).

320mm front rotors = brake pads for Bosch calipers.

350mm front rotors = brake pads for Akebono calipers.
 

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One guaranteed way to find out exactly which pads to use up front, measure the diameter of the front rotor(s).

320mm front rotors = brake pads for Bosch calipers.

350mm front rotors = brake pads for Akebono calipers.
That's a definitive way to figure it out. I'm not sure I could get a measurement without removing the wheel but I'll try to eyeball it.

Update: Looks like the OEM rotors I have are 320 mm.
 

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How do we get these Akebono calipers & rotors?
 
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