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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 09-03-2007, 05:34 PM   #11
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I thought so, but apparently not.

$60 rotors
http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductD...pe=221&PTSet=A
Quote:
Bendix BRAKE ROTORS
Part Number: 141868

BUICK
1992 - 1998 LESABRE
1992 - 1993 RIVIERA
1991 - 1996 PARK AVENUE
1995 - 1996 RIVIERA

CADILLAC
1993 ALLANTE
1992 - 1996 ELDORADO
1994 - 1996 CONCOURS
1990 - 1995 FLEETWOOD
1990 - 1996 DEVILLE
1992 - 1996 SEVILLE

CHEVROLET
1993 - 1997 CAMARO
1992 - 1996 LUMINA APV

OLDSMOBILE
1991 - 1996 98
1997 - 1998 REGENCY
1995 AURORA
1992 - 1996 SILHOUETTE
1992 - 1998 DELTA 88
1992 TORONADO
1996 - 1998 LSS

PONTIAC
1992 - 1997 BONNEVILLE
1992 - 1996 TRANS SPORT
1993 - 1997 FIREBIRD
Quote:
Bolt Circle 4.645
H&R or R R
Minimum Thickness 1.208
No. of Stud Holes 5
Nominal Thickness 1.27
Outside Diameter 10.938
Overall Height 2.047
Solid or Vented V
Stud Supplied No
Style Full Cast

$99 rotors
http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductD...pe=221&PTSet=A
Quote:
Bendix Brake Rotor Bendix
Part Number: 145250

BUICK
1997 - 2005 CENTURY
1997 - 2004 REGAL
1999 - 2005 LESABRE

CHEVROLET
1997 - 2005 VENTURE

OLDSMOBILE
1999 DELTA 88
1998 - 1999 LSS
1998 - 2002 INTRIGUE
1997 - 2004 SILHOUETTE

PONTIAC
1998 - 2005 BONNEVILLE
1999 - 2005 MONTANA
1997 - 2003 GRAND PRIX
1997 - 1998 TRANS SPORT
Quote:
Bolt Circle 4.645
H&R or R R
Minimum Thickness 1.208
No. of Stud Holes 5
Nominal Thickness 1.27
Outside Diameter 10.94
Overall Height 2.05
Solid or Vented V
Stud Supplied No
Style Full Cast
they look to have nearly identical specs, but are, none the less, a different brake rotor. i wonder if its possible to get away with using the $60 ones on one designed for the $99 ones being that the dimensions are so close.

oddly enough though... the pads are the same from 94-99 but 92-93 seem to have a different part number...even though, they remain quite the same. what the hell is the difference?
92-93:

94-99:
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