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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 9:40 pm 
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I belive he was thinking in comparison to the fronts which are only 222mm so that would be a big yes.

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11" rear discs... :shock:


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 9:58 pm 
So a hefty bias valve s'gonna be required for that hideously overbraked rear end then :lol:

Looks great though!


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Dont think so Mr clever clogs, as I have a 300mm disc and alloy 4 pot caliper set up for the fronts.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 10:21 pm 
FORD ESCORT 1.6 FRONT SOLID DISCS DRILLED FOR DOLLY PCD AND GRANADA CALIPERS, FLAT PLATE 3 BOLTS ON AXLE TUBE 2 ON CALIPERS
HANDBRAKE CABLES MADE UP TO SUIT
EASY CONVERSION 10 YEARS AGO :D


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Dont think so Mr clever clogs, as I have a 300mm disc and alloy 4 pot caliper set up for the fronts.
Still need a bias valve :wink:


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Well done


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 10:45 pm 
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THE ESCORT 1.6 DISC PUTS THE CALIPER IN LINE FOR A SIMPLE FLAT PLATE. :wink:


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Your drive flanges are not the same dimensions as mine although I will have a look at that option, will enable a flat caliper bracket.


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Coming along nicely there Darren. Nice axle!

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Yes David, some geezer up north gave it to me, hav nt had a chrimbo card from him yet or an invite to the new year bash unless its in the post already.


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Up North?! This is the East Midlands.

When you getting your car back then?

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Its home and being prep'd/pampered


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Up and running with MoT and Tax?

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Soon, you cant rush perfection as they say, anyway you have diversified from my original question, INVITE.


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