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    67S rear rotors

    Shortly ago there was a thread on using 944 rear brake rotors on 67S rear applications. I think ttweed had used this set up and it worked. I tried a search and it (or I ) failed. Any help?

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    Here you go.

    '67 S brake rotor thread

    There really is amazing info. on this Board.

    R Gruppe #299

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    Thanks Brian !!
    Just what I was looking for!

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    If you need to ask any questions about the 944 brake rotor job feel free. I performed it with ease (and success).


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    Thanks again.
    Your explaination was pretty good. I have one original rotor that was turnable within spec. I will bead blast the rest of it and paint it with OE gray paint and it will be like new.
    I have put up a post on the board here, and on Pelican looking for one more used one to restore. If I get no responce, then I will go the 944 route on both sides.

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