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Old 12-18-2005, 02:45 PM
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Anybody know this hub/rotor?

The attached pictures are of a hub/rotor attached to an early Ford beam axle. I got this from a guy, who got if from a guy, etc. I don't know what it is. The lugs are 4" x 4 1/2" and a 3" (approx.) bore for center of wheel. All the nuts and bolts are US Standard. The only markings I can find is an M and a 78. Anybody know what this is?
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More picture of unknown hub/rotor

A couple more pictures of the unknown hub/rotor. Any information is appreciated.
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instead of making a new thread you should have posted a reply and added the rest of your pics there. just a fyi. By the way, welcome to the forums.

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instead of making a new thread you should have posted a reply and added the rest of your pics there.

That's OK........I put them together.......

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Don't know. My guess is off an older European or Japanese vehicle since they're non vented, 4 lug rotors. This would suggest a light car to me. I don't recall too many American cars with non vented rotors in front. Also the calipers appear to be dual piston, again, I don't know off hand of any dual piston calipers like that. Overall, while I'm sure they're better then the early drums, I think they'd still fade very quickly. IMO, time to ditch them!
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