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Brake rotor question... #421426 Mar 20, 8:44am Mar 20, 8:44am
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Brake rotor question...
I have a 2004 GT. Will the rotors on this car fit on the rear of a GTS? I really need new rotors for my rear GTS brakes and I found an awesome deal on slotted fronts but not rear. Just wondered if I could transfer the front rotors to the rear.


Originally posted by RICOGT:
i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
Re: Brake rotor question... [Re: Live42day] #421427 Mar 20, 9:04am Mar 20, 9:04am
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You can't because the front rotors are thicker than the rear. Not to mention they're larger, too.

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