Yes - I take my stuff to whoever I need to re-build parts (just had the rear axles done), and I don't tell them what it's for. It's like they put a 'euro classic tax' on their quoted prices (over the phone the guy wanted AUD$250 each per axle, then I just took them in, and told them they were off my brothers car, not sure what car it was, and he did them both for AUD$170...)Hard to imagine how they can charge that much. The repair kits are what? Maybe $20? The shop in Toronto did a pair of ATEs for me for $60. each. Done in about 2 hours and looked like new. Don't know where you live, but have you checked for local rebuilders? Only thing to know, is that these calipers have a smaller 57mm piston vs 60mm on later cars May be hard to find the repair kits. Best to get ate caliper model number and ask ATE directly for the proper kit number.