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    Vintageracer John Straub's Avatar
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    Rear Brake Rotors

    Has anyone found replacement rear rotors for a '67S-'68L?

    Thanks,
    John
    1965 911 #301111, Red Book Vol 1 "Cover Car," owned 53 years.
    1967 911 #307347, bare-bones, some road wear, a little surface rust, and a few dents..., owned 13 years.
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    Hello John,

    Sebro should work. Their part number: 205839C

    Regards,
    Joachim

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    Search 944 rear rotors and see the fit and mod to use them. Sorry some of my old links are broken with the info.

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    Thanks guys!

    John
    1965 911 #301111, Red Book Vol 1 "Cover Car," owned 53 years.
    1967 911 #307347, bare-bones, some road wear, a little surface rust, and a few dents..., owned 13 years.
    1970 914/6GT, (Sold - ran the last three Rennsports)owned 30 years.


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    John if the photos are missing from old posts, here they are.
    When describing the enlarging the flat head screw holes with the use of a wood bit came across as a bid deal, it was easy.
    I over drilled them and that was the caution. Look at the depth of those holes, far deeper than needed.
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    Thanks Bob!

    John
    1965 911 #301111, Red Book Vol 1 "Cover Car," owned 53 years.
    1967 911 #307347, bare-bones, some road wear, a little surface rust, and a few dents..., owned 13 years.
    1970 914/6GT, (Sold - ran the last three Rennsports)owned 30 years.


    Photography Site: JohnStraubImageWorks.com

    Registry #983
    R Gruppe #741

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