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    Quote Originally Posted by gafernandez View Post
    None floating rear rotor's are $375 floating are $2295
    Live a little, go with the floaters!

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    I agree with you Don. Once you go with floating rotors you will never go back. They are just perfectly smooth under hard braking.

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    Do not forget GF front shafts.
    What a difference from those construction grade bolts those make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJS26 View Post
    Attachment 10660

    Nice- I'm interested in upgrading but I have an issue with the caliper. Seems on my calipers, there is a button head stainless steel screw holding the pad plate in place top and bottom and it sticks out a bit too much and rubs against the disc causing a line in the caliper. They are tight. I ground down the fronts but now the back seems to be ongoing. Do your calipers have these in place?
    yikes! That's my car now. I really need to fix this. I bought a set of front race axles that aren't installed yet. Next tire change, I'd like get the front end sorted.

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