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Old 08-06-2016, 04:44 PM   #11
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Jbw copies on my car
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And that's with adaptors yeah?
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No that's redrilled hubs
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Blimey, ok adaptors really are out of the question then.
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That's the redrilled hub back face machined flat for press in studs
I used spacer as drill jig to get correct spacing ( I'm an engineer by trade)

One stud pressed in
Job complete ready to bolt back on
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Super job, that's some great info there dude.

Thanks for that!
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You could always fit my modified type 3 knuckles which have front Porsche 944 hubs (5x130) and vented brakes which will narrow the front track.

Then source a set of 924/944 rear disc brakes.

Then you just need to fit the 944 brake master cylinder and you'll be pulling skids all day long.








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