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Old 01-25-2017, 09:28 AM   #1
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I'm in search of a set of front machined rotors that clear the ABS sensor for 99 Quigley.
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Old 01-25-2017, 09:30 AM   #2
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Old 01-25-2017, 09:49 AM   #3
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what front end do you have on your van?
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what front end do you have on your van?
Front brakes are from a 1977-1986 K30 Chevy (with D60 front diff)
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sorry, im unfamiliar with that setup. are they hubcentric rotors, or centered on lugs? is the rotor part of the hub/bearing assembly?
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sorry, im unfamiliar with that setup. are they hubcentric rotors, or centered on lugs? is the rotor part of the hub/bearing assembly?
I'm not sure I'll have to find out. Right now I'm running standard rotors that fit the brakes. The shop that put them on a couple years ago just disconnected the ABS sensor to make them work. I'm thinking this is prob not good as to why I'm planning on getting the machined rotors that Quigley recommends.
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I believe the rotors are either Bendix 141469 or Dayton D4698.
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im just not familiar enough with that front end to be of any help. my apologies. if you had the 00-04 f350 axle I could offer up some suggestions. im more familiar with that setup then I thought id ever be, lol. hopefully one of the other members here can help ya out.
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I'm not sure I'll have to find out. Right now I'm running standard rotors that fit the brakes. The shop that put them on a couple years ago just disconnected the ABS sensor to make them work. I'm thinking this is prob not good as to why I'm planning on getting the machined rotors that Quigley recommends.
If your rotors are still good you can have them machined.. it's not complicated machining, just a little shaving on the inside to clear the ABS sensor.

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wow...I think I need to get into the rotor machining business......my giant F450 rotors were $49 each at O'reilly's......
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