Front wheels will not fit, you'll need spacers.sumac0401 wrote: ↑Mon Jan 27, 2020 2:22 pmCan someone enlighten me which year/model Akebono BBK will fit in the 2016-2017 Infiniti QX50? I have a 2017 QX50 AWD with the factory 19 inch wheel package. Anyone know if the front BBK will clear the 19 inch factory wheels? I've done several biger caliper swaps in the past with other car brands so don't mind tackling this project if its a direct fit (i.e. no need for wheel spacers or modified caliper brackets). Thank you for any help.
Rotors from g37, spacers 20mm. Yes, i use factory rims for my winter setup.
Yes, 22443 Hotchkis, and yes there is basically no modifications need, had to use 4 washers (2 per side) for plastic mud guards ( wind deflectors)...sumac0401 wrote: ↑Mon Feb 10, 2020 7:32 amThanks Dzionassi for your help. I plan on doing this BBK once my factory warranty runs out. I saw in your signature that the you have the Hotchkis say bars installed. I'm assuming you got the ones for the AWD 2008-2013 Infiniti G37, right? Its direct fit with no modification? Thats another mod I will partake once warranty runs out.
Yes, front will squeak if not lubricated, 6 months is about right time frame. Rear sway will last little longer without lubrication. And washing will not remove silicone faster, dont worry about it.sumac0401 wrote: ↑Fri Jul 24, 2020 10:41 amThe Hotchkis Swaybars (Model: 22443)....any issues with squeaks? I read on some of the Infiniti G37 forums that it may require one to use the zerk sillicone grease on the supplied sway bar bushing once every 1/2 year or so. That's not too big of a deal, except when I wash my car, I like to wash the underneath for salt/grime. Afraid that will wash away the sillicone more quickly, which will result in needing to grease it more often.