I work at the plant that builds this exact caliper. I have built thousands of them. Why do you scrub my more accurate identification in the photo? Do you build this particular brake caliper? Have you seen its parts come raw from the foundry and see it machined, then plated and finally assembled into the form shown in the photograph? If not, I think you should quit making inadvertent edits to things you know damn near nothing about. For example, I can confirm that this is a floating caliper because the part uses what we know in the business as "double sticky" shoes, which I can easily identify and confirm. That is, both the inner and outer shoes have an adhesive on them, on the inner to bind it to the dual pistons and on the outer to bind it to what we call the "fingers" of the caliper. IJS
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