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Old 23-02-2014, 04:41 PM   #1
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Hi guys I just got some 5stud.hubs for my 33
And just wanting to know if I can.still.use stock calipers on the new discs
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I do unless the disc is too wide or to big of a diameter

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Standard should be.Ok then? Thanks.dude.
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r33 de discs are 250mm for the 2.0 and 280mm for the 2.5 and the r33 gtst are 296mm so no ,but you could redrill your 4 stud discs and then use the de calipers
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Thanks pal
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U sure that's possible pal seems bit weird
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U sure that's possible pal seems bit weird
what seems wierd
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Drilling another hole in my na discs to make them.become 5 stud didn't think.thanks.possible unless iv missed read your post
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you have to use one of the holes as a guide with a boltto hold the 4 stud and 5 stud discs together and line up the centre bore and drill 4 new holes in each disc
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I have 5 stud conversion on my RB25DE. I'm currently using maxima (5 stud drilled and grooved) front discs with standard front calipers at mo. Though i have just got r32 gtr calipers and discs about to go on. The rears i'm using 200sx S13 drilled and grooved with 5 hole drilled for 5 stud pattern.

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