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31 ford disc brake suloution

I have found that 96 ford 4x4 truck front rotors fit the hub after you mill 1/4 inch off to go in the hat. Then you clear off the original backing plate and cut a u in the top at center for the caliper,it only takes a little time to make it fit perfect. When you are done all you had to buy was the rotor calipers and pads. I think this is a very good setup any comment's anyone? Thanks.

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That is what this is all about..finding those workable solutions..good job..

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