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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by iwaxmyjimmy, Feb 2, 2007.
what rotors do these brackets use?
Pretty sure his brackets use the same rotors as everyone elses brackets which are 73-87 truck (91 burb) front 3/4 ton rotors.
Oh, I'm putting together my "to do list" of stuff I need to get done to my truck before spring break rolls around.
Yep, that's the ones. Thanks 4x4high!
sweet, I found brand new rotors for $56 for 2 and Im tryin to find a 3/4ton w/ a 10 bolt front and 14 bolt rear. Going to call my buddy that works at a wrecking yard here in the next hour. I might need to start a build thread here soon. I will definetly have to give you a call here shortly Kurt, I've got quite a list.
Lists are good!
It will be another month or two before I can get around to doing so but I'll PM you sooner or later.
Well here are a couple of pics with the DIY4X disc brake brackets installed with 1987 10 bolt calipers and rotors.
Did you ever think about a price quote for your twin caliper mounts that I asked some time back? I'm still interested in some and ready to pay.
Sweet thanx for the pics.
how do you bleed your calipers with them clocked up like that? pull them off and rotate them down?
Were we doing the twin standard caliper or like the ones I have on my crew cab? Which direction were we headed? Maybe we should go back to PM's. Kind of a hijack here.
I used a power vacum bleeder for the brakes, you use a air compresser to draw the vacum u need, great tool for bleeding brakes.
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