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Does anybody know of a web site that would have measurements on rotors? I am trying to find out what i have so i can order new drilled & slotted rotors..

I have a Ford 9 inch rear end and a nova front clip and aftermarket control arms with GM spindles..... The bolt pattern is 5 on 4 3/4

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5 on 4 3/4 is the big GM rotor. Used on trucks and full size cars.
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5 on 4 3/4 is the big GM rotor. Used on trucks and full size cars.
I think you got that mixed up.

5 on 4.75" is the midsize pattern used on vettes, f-bodies, g-bodies, s10's, etc...

It is 5 on 5" that is used on fullsize cars and trucks.

Do the rear rotors have more then 1 bolt pattern in them? If they do they are most likely a Ford rotor (like 96-up explorer) redrilled to fit the GM bolt pattern. For the front rotors see the list above. AFAIK no one other then GM used 5 on 4.75"
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