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SR brake info #1075614 12/14/14 09:35 PM
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haztoys Offline OP
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I know you have to have hub and rotor cliper and mount on a SR big brakes on a gen1 ..I have it all ...But one hub and rotor ...

Is the hub and rotor 'only' on a SR ......Or..


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Re: SR brake info [Re: haztoys] #1075615 12/15/14 04:50 PM
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IncorpoRatedX Offline
I was under the impression that it was a caliper upgrade and the rotor diameter is the same.

I hope so, just ordered calipers and brackets saturday

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Re: SR brake info [Re: IncorpoRatedX] #1075616 12/17/14 04:15 AM
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All the gen 2s with 3.5 have the same brakes for sure. Possibly the 3.0 powered trucks as well.

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Re: SR brake info [Re: TOASTY] #1075617 12/19/14 07:15 PM
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haztoys Offline OP
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Now I'm speaking of the 'wheel hub' off set.. I know that the right w-hub has a "cut" on it so you can tell its the right one ..The one hub I got off the SR has the 'cut' on it ... Do to old age I forgot what I snaged the other hub from ... I guess I need to dig the parts out of the stash and look at them ...I dont want to spit a brake pad ...

Re: SR brake info [Re: TOASTY] #1075618 12/20/14 11:53 PM
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gen 1 rotors are thinner. if you go to gen 2 calipers on a gen 1 you need the rotors too. justice posted awhile back about this as a safety issue .

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