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Old 05-13-2011, 04:01 PM
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Ford 8.8 Explorer Rotors with 5x4.75"

I was wondering if there were any rotors I can get right down at like Autozone or online for the same price as regular rotors that will have the 5x4.75" bolt patter but fit the explorer rear end. I am putting this rearend in my car and I already drilled the axles for the bolt pattern of my wheels. If not no biggie I will just buy a wheel pattern template and drill them myself.

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This needs to be very accurate or you'll get vibes.
I would'nt atempt it without an Indexing Head on a Mill or Lathe. Machine shop can redrill your Rotors, Axles, Drums. Or they may be available with the GM pattern, aftermarket.
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Or they may be available with the GM pattern, aftermarket.
Thats what im looking for.
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drill transfer punch ?

If the explorer axle has already been redrilled and is acurate bolt on the exp rotor and use a transfer punch and carefully redrill.
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