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Thread: Inboard discs

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    Inboard discs

    Does anybody have one some close to hand they could measure the thickness of, where they mount in between the diff and driveshafts.

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    Paul
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    I think I've got a couple that were just about to get taken to the tip.
    I'll try and remember to have a measure when I get home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdavies3 View Post
    I think I've got a couple that were just about to get taken to the tip.
    I'll try and remember to have a measure when I get home.
    Cheers Kev

    Paul
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    Are you going outboard??

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    Quote Originally Posted by 427jlc View Post
    Are you going outboard??
    Yes mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by seph View Post
    Yes mate

    Paul
    Take the old inboard disk, apply angle grinder and chop off the friction face = Perfectly sized spacer (took a while but worked for me)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Jim View Post
    Take the old inboard disk, apply angle grinder and chop off the friction face = Perfectly sized spacer (took a while but worked for me)

    Jim
    Will be easier for me to make a spacer, as I am getting everything done prior to changing it all over.

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    Hey Paul, would be really interested to see the list of parts you are getting together to achieve this, read a few threads but I can't see the good detail in how it's done.

    Will the outboard calipers still allow for 15" wheels??

    Thanks Lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by seph View Post
    Will be easier for me to make a spacer, as I am getting everything done prior to changing it all over.

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    Hi Paul, the disc flange is 0.375" or 3/8"
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdavies3 View Post
    Hi Paul, the disc flange is 0.375" or 3/8"
    Cheers Kev

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