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Thread: G28 - Simple Mans, Simple REDO of an G28 LP640

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple Man View Post
    mahalo 76! The wilwood website states 13" for part # 120-13428-rd. Maybe it's the thickness?
    Sorry, my mistake....I think. That part number is a Dynapro caliper like I said was needed in my previous post and will take a 13" rotor, but the caliper that you show in Post#92 is a Dynalite that will not. Do you have Dynapro on one end and Dynalite on the other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 76mx View Post
    Sorry, my mistake....I think. That part number is a Dynapro caliper like I said was needed in my previous post and will take a 13" rotor, but the caliper that you show in Post#92 is a Dynalite that will not. Do you have Dynapro on one end and Dynalite on the other?
    76, I dont have the part number for the rears with me, but the rears are 4 piston. Could be dynalite, I'll check it out when I get back.

    Thanks for the input!!

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    It is my mistake, the rears are Dynalite then, your front ones are Dynapro. Wilwood designed them with the same bolt pattern so the bracket will work with both, saw the other picture and did not know that the fronts were six piston.

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    After a couple of trips to the machinist to correct the Arraut Motorsport wonderful product The front wheel can actually turn now with the tire mounted!!!

    The drivers side is next and that will be back tomorrow, since it is known what has to be done to the system for it to actually work!

    Picture of the wheel turning


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    Sweet!! just in time for the weekend my extended heat treated chromoly 300 axles arrived today!!

    Initial quickie measurement on the right axle would make one believe it was done correctly ..... but the proof is in the pudding!!




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    It nice when you have parts custom made that fit !!! Other wise its a PITA!!

    A little clean up on the 88 knuckles.

    Old axles for sale ...cheap












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    The calipers on the rear of the fiero sit opposite to the Murcielago placement. the standard Arruat rear brackets follow the fiero location.

    New V2 bracket put the caliper more inline with the Murcielago..... although the 4 piston caliper is small.

    The rear bracket has to be machined a bit more to correct the rubbing issue.








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    Back at it after the holiday of eating/drinking to much, and tolerating certain family members

    The drivers Arruat bracket and rotor came back and was machined the same as the now working passenger side.

    Well The drivers is more out of wack than the passenger side.

    The upper area has clearance the lower is still off and rubbing. After screwing around with it for a couple of hours, I've come to the conclusion that the caliper holes in the bracket, will have to be redone about a 1/32 to 1/16 of an inch.


    If any body has seen this before and has a solution ......






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    are those brackets symmetrical? is there a left and right side to them and can you switch from left to right and vice versa. What I'm thinking is that they are a bit off hence lower side is rubbing and upper is way up in the air

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