(MARRS-RX7) Rotor question
Tue Mar 17 03:42:33 CET 2015
I would buy new bearings. Chances are they will get damaged on removal.
That way you start off fresh if your not sure of there condition or can see
signs of wear.
Also bring AT LEAST one full set of front brake rotor bearings incase you
crack a rotor while racing and need to replace. Its a pretty easy fix and
Johnny The Greek #27
On Mar 16, 2015 9:26 PM, "John Maslin via Spec7" <spec7 at specrx7.com> wrote:
> The front rotor and hub are one assembly, not separate, which means you
> have to remove the bearing and race from your old hub to repack and
> reinstall in the new hub, or replace them. Many of us use Brembos as a
> higher quality choice. Make sure you get the one for 12a cars. The 84-85
> 13b optioned cars have different brakes. To remove the bottom caliper
> bracket bolt, use a 14mm box wrench and wedge in a screwdriver against
> it to maintain leverage. You may not need the screwdriver if you have a
> thin offset box wrench.
> On Mon, Mar 16, 2015 at 7:34 PM, Michael Root via Spec7 <spec7 at specrx7.com
> > wrote:
>> When replacing the front rotors & pads do I need just new rotors or do I
>> need the "rotor and hub assembly"? I would assume just the rotors, but I
>> haven't done this job yet and I'm usually wrong about parts...
>> Michael J. Root, PMP
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