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Old 02-05-2010, 09:08 PM
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Need help to identify these rotors!

I am rebuilding a track T built in the late 1970's that has a front disc setup I cannot identify.

The calipers are early Wilwood Dynalites, but they say the hat/rotors are not theirs.

I took the assembly to the local brake parts dist. and they do not know what I have. At first they thought the hat/rotor assembly were early Volvo, but the 4 3/4 inch Chevy bolt pattern threw them.

The hub assembly is mated to the hat/rotor with countersunk allen bolts. These fits early Ford spindles.

Help, what have I got and where can I get a new rotor?

Thanks in advance,

29guy[IMG]wilwood[/IMG]
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Rotors

Total Performance sold a kit to install Volvo rotors years ago, they might
have offered it with a chevy bolt pattern- era would be right. As they sold
out to Speedway I have no idea how you would confirm this unless you
could track down an old catalog or perhaps reach Micky Lauria- one of the
original owners-I believe he still has a t-bucket business in Florida- Mayby
King t's? Good luck Jim
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Jim,

Thanks for the lead, I'll re-post and see if someone has that era of Total Performance catalog. I'll also followup on the King T lead.

Thanks,

Loren
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You may be able to purchase new ones from speedway motors.
http://www.speedwaymotors.com/ProductSummary.aspx?free_text|2/7/2010%201:02:23%20PM=rotors&deptId=0&first_answer=1 7
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