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Old 07-11-2018, 02:48 PM
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Lightweight Brake Rotors and Drums

Does anyone have a p/n for lightweight brake rotors and drums for the GK? Also, would be nice to have a corresponding weight associated with said parts. I found an OEM replacement rotor to be 12.15 lbs at 10.3" diameter and .81" thickness. I see that Coleman sells custom rotors, and am considering getting an estimate from them. Are the fit rotors considered floating or solid? Are there lightweight calipers as well? The fit does not have a lot of horsepower so I'm trying to shed unsprung weight...
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