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    What are you using for the rears?

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    They are floating all the way around. i also make a floating rear with parking brake

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    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?

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    i have never seen that i will go look. Looks like there is something wrong but i am sure i can take care of it

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    All 4 calipers have the same screws holding this plate and just about rubbing. When I got the car new, there were already lines on the front rotors from this screw head with a couple hundred miles on it!

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    get a picture of the back side to see the gap. looks like the offset is wrong

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    Willy- looks like all 4 calipers have slightly more gap on the back side than the front. This appears to be the issue causing the button head bolts to touch the disc as shown in the prior photo here.
    If I change out to your floating discs will they center within the caliper and cure the issue?
    If so, I may need a set! The way the calipers mount to the carrier, there is no way to adjust the caliper gap.

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    Sounds like there is a problem but yes I can fix it

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    i can also do solid rear rotors now $175, cross drilled $250, and slotted are $350 Rossion only sorry Noble guys we need to get you upgraded to 5 lugName:  2015-05-30 13.54.55.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by gafernandez View Post
    Rossion only sorry Noble guys we need to get you upgraded to 5 lug
    There's at least one Noble guy who doesn't think a 5 lug hub is an upgrade. Different, yes, but not better.

    If there is unbiased engineering data that demonstrates 5 is better than 4 in an application like ours, I'd love to review it!

    Jeff

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