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Gen 2 brake upgrade *Edward #1080231 04/01/16 11:50 PM
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Anyone know if the 315mm rotors and calipers just work or if I need the whole hub assembly and knuckle?


I want to upgrade to the late model Sport brakes (16" wheel equipped trucks)It's time to get all new brakes (all original 215k miles brakes) so I figured I might as well get the bigger stuff. I already have the 1" master cylinder and power booster from said sport.


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Re: Gen 2 brake upgrade *Edward [Re: TOASTY] #1080239 04/02/16 04:28 PM
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Allegedly the rotors backing plate and calipers bolt up, according to the Aussies. I may just buy new rotors and calipers just to see, if i need anything else i'll hit the yards.


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Re: Gen 2 brake upgrade *Edward [Re: TOASTY] #1080241 04/02/16 07:09 PM
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should be a cool upgrade, keep us posted =)


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Re: Gen 2 brake upgrade *Edward [Re: TOASTY] #1080248 04/03/16 03:10 AM
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What year is the ones you're talking about. I have 98 Sport brakes on the 87

Re: Gen 2 brake upgrade *Edward [Re: TOASTY] #1080255 04/03/16 09:55 PM
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late model Sport, not sure on years but maybe like 01+ or something. Still figuring out Sports, it could be a 3.5 XS thing i'm really not sure.


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Re: Gen 2 brake upgrade *Edward [Re: TOASTY] #1080260 04/04/16 03:54 AM
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Gotcha. I have a couple in the yards. Nothing that new though.

Re: Gen 2 brake upgrade *Edward [Re: TOASTY] #1080264 04/05/16 01:07 AM
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Originally Posted by TOASTY
late model Sport, not sure on years but maybe like 01+ or something. Still figuring out Sports, it could be a 3.5 XS thing i'm really not sure.


Gen 2 Sport.

Monterosportonline.net - Montero Sport Brake Information

I'm not sure what you need to look for to find the 'big brakes'. We've been hashing this out for months on the Sport forum and it appears that they could come on anything from an LS to the Limited in 3.0L or 3.5L.

Edward


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NP231 B4R doubler/Terra Low231/RP 5.38 229:1
'99 Montero Sport Limited 4WD SAS 3-link project
'03 Montero Sport Limited AWD
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Re: Gen 2 brake upgrade *Edward [Re: TOASTY] #1080276 04/07/16 01:44 AM
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I also just discovered the big brakes on my Lexus are the same bolt locations as the Montero. Not that that means anything


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Re: Gen 2 brake upgrade *Edward [Re: TOASTY] #1080278 04/07/16 06:20 PM
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I also just discovered the big brakes on my Lexus are the same bolt locations as the Montero. Not that that means anything


The bolt locations are actually pretty common. There are really only a few 'standard' patterns. AFAIKT its the center hole that changes a lot.

If you can find someone with a machine lathe rotors can sometimes be re-drilled and/or the centers bored out. That's how I get the Exploder rotors on a 6x5.5 pattern. The center is ok but the Ford uses a 5 lug pattern. PITA to find someone who will do it, though. frown

Edward


'97 Montero Sport LS 5-Speed 3.5L conversion
SAS Dana 44s & ARBs, 35" Yoko Geolandar M/Ts
NP231 B4R doubler/Terra Low231/RP 5.38 229:1
'99 Montero Sport Limited 4WD SAS 3-link project
'03 Montero Sport Limited AWD
'97 Montero Sport LS 5-Speed 4WD
Re: Gen 2 brake upgrade *Edward [Re: TOASTY] #1080300 04/10/16 10:24 PM
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Interestingly, the big Montero rotors are also quite possibly the same size as the ones on the GX. I wish i could find a confirmed picture of the Montero big caliper.


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