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Old 04-04-2012, 02:48 AM
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brake swap on 9"

Just wondering as to how you figure out your brake back space on a new build. And where is the backspace made up in the calipers or in the rotor? Hope that makes sense

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I hope I am answering your question here, but the "back space" dimension is from the outermost part of the Axle Housing Flange to the outermost part of the Axle Shaft-this might help:

As for how they make upthe difference, on my Car (with Wilwoods), it was accomplished with the bracketry that holds the Caliper-
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