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Rotor ID

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by johnnychimpo, Sep 10, 2006.

  1. johnnychimpo

    johnnychimpo 1/2 ton status

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    Can anyone ID the rotor on the left. Would it happen to be a SRW D60.A friend gave it to me for my K20,but I did'nt look closely when I picked it up.

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    Yep, looks like a 60 hub/rotor to me. The HD versions of the 44 doesn't stick out as far, if I'm making any sense....
     
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    Sweet! part 7 of my evil plan begins. I had a set of the HD d44 rotors and they had external hubs if I remember correctly.
     
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    Yes, that is definately a D60 rotor and hub, but the studs lead me to believe it might be from a Ford 60. Spacing on the rotor could be different, I don't know as I haven't compared them side by side yet.
    Jimbo
     
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    How would I tell if it came from a Ford. If it is, Would it still be usable on my chevy D60.( question mark key disabled 4yr old + Sprite= sticky laptop!)
     
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    If someone has a pic of SRW D60 hub-rotor, post it up. Things can't possibly be going this good! I have to know if this is a chevy hub-rotor.
     
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    D60 SRW for sure. Measure the thickness of the rotor or look inside near the inner bearing and it should tell you the min thk., GM use a 1.5" thick rotor and dodge IIRC uses a 1.25" thick and i'm not sure about the ford.
     
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    A pic will still be hard to tell as the major diff between Ford and Chevy/Dodge is the length of the snout.

    Check the stud dia, as far as I know all Fords used 1/2" studs while all Chevy's used 9/16". Not sure about Dodge stud size but the odds of it being an 89-93 Dodge hub assembly are slim.

    I agree with Jimbo that it looks like a Ford, all the Fords I have seen had that little bald step at the outer end of the stud.
     
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    Thanks for all the info. I just have to sucker him out of the other one!
     
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    thats off a ford. you can see the studs in the pics.
     

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