Aerospace components rear brake package

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    383Camaro79 Veteran Member

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    Selling my Aerospace components rear brake package. 4 piston calipers, solid thin rotors. Rotor hats have holes for 5/8 studs in both 5x4 3/4 and 5 x 4.5 bolt pattern. Super lightweight setup. Used for a few hundred miles and a bunch of passes at the track.

    Was on a 9" ford but has the standard GM housing ends so same bolt pattern as your stock 10/12 bolt rear on the backing plates. $450 shipped obo

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    Will stock 15 inch wheels fit on this setup?
     
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    The rotors are about only 11" diameter. I have ran several different 15" wheels all with no issues.

    However I dont own any stock wheels but I would assume you'd have no problems. Will stock wheels work with 5/8 drive studs?
     
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    Can you run the stock diameter studs with the larger stud holes? Do they have an E-brake? Why are you getting rid of them? Trade for a 13" 4 piston rear setup?
     
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    These are more of drag race type setup. They are extremely lightweight & thin non vented rotors. They do not have any e-brake. I suppose you could still use them with smaller lugs since they will be sandwitched in place by the wheel.

    No trades. I have already switched over to a dual caliper setup with a vented rotor.
     
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    Gotcha. Im kinda flipping the idea around of getting my car capable of running a 15" wheel and a tire with a sidewall, for the track trips. My 13" setup is too big and I cant seem to hook with the 17s. GLWS!
     
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    Yea I'm out too thanks.
     

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