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Old 04-09-2018, 10:01 PM   #11  
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GMCenoy, I am not trying to tick you off....

You come here looking for answers.....

Only way you get answers, is to help us by answering our questions, which you did not......
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Ok thank you ill look into that i just never heard of a vehicle having 1 different rotor out of all 4
That'* good, because it'* not a thing. Front versus rear are commonly different sizes, but never left versus right.

Let us know how it goes!
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I'm wondering if someone messed up and crossed rotors front/rear, rear/front.
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I don't think they would fit Mike....
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With a welder and torch, anything will fit.
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Yeah! Make it fit!
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I orderd the bracket that would of went with the new rotor and hardware and it worked out
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You never told us what size the other rotor was on the RF wheel.......

Also were you only replacing the LF rotor and reusing the RF rotor? And if you reused the RF, did you use new pads on the RF, and did you turn the rotor?

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All four rotors are replaced with new pads and the actual size there suppose to be
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