Hi there, I have an 07 plate 2.2 diesel ES. The front calipers are sticking, so after I recovered from the shock of the price from Honda, I looked at recond units...BUT after careful looking at the details, it seems that nearly all refurb calipers are for the petrol FR-V which has 23 mm thick discs whereas the diesel has 25mm thick discs. I have found a pair of calipers, which includes the carrier, for the diesel(by Blueprint) at £280.00 each... Am I right to assume that the actual caliper casings are different? and therefore I should endure the extra cost for the above.? Or can I use a recond caliper for a petrol FR-V at a much reduced price? I have considered rebuilding with a piston kit, although the casing bore may be corroded as well, but don't have the time to do it myself nor the money to pay someone, I think it easiest to just swap the calipers over. ( I have rebuilt bike and other car calipers before, and know it always take longer then anticipated). Any advice will be gratefully received. Thanks.