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> FOUND: 4 lug front rotors, Late type, near San Jose, CA
carl k
post Apr 23 2018, 01:19 PM
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Got some from PartsHeaven.

Despite the generosity of RetroRacer, I'm still seeking a set of cheap, used, late type front rotors near San Jose, CA. Four lug style. Need some to get a car movable. Anyone have spares from their 5 lug conversion? The ones RetroRacer gave to me are unfortunately the early style rotors, so they rub on my brake backing plates and struts. I do need the late type, but other than that, I'm not picky.

Local preferred but would consider buying some- I think you can get two rotors into a large Priority Mail flat rate box.



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post Apr 23 2018, 01:54 PM
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post Apr 23 2018, 03:50 PM
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Yes. As you say, many bits left from 5 lug conversion, front struts hubs and brakes and rear rotors. I want these gone, will PM you,

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Still looking for a pair of rear four lug hubs in usable condition.

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QUOTE(carl k @ May 5 2018, 12:16 PM) *

Still looking for a pair of rear four lug hubs in usable condition.

thanks!
Carl

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got some rear hubs, thanks!
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