Mustang II Disc Brake Rotor, 5 on 4-1/2 Inch
74-80 Ford Pinto, 75-80 Mercury Bobcat, Front Position, Round Rotor Shape, Vented Rotor Type
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Vented stock 9-1/4" diameter brake rotors for 1974-1980 Mustang II, Pinto, or Bobcat spindles (or Speedway brake kits using '49-'54 Chevy spindles). These five lug conversion brake rotors are new, not plugged or re-drilled. Has a 5 on 4-1/2" bolt pattern with corresponding 1/2" diameter fine thread wheel studs.
- Outside Diameter of rotor disc - 9.256"
- Thickness of vented disc - .884"
- I.D. of back side of rotor - 6.256"
- Rear rotor face to bearing hub - .290"
- Outer hub diameter where wheel will mount - 5.834"
- Outer hub height - 1.450"
- Bearing snout is 1.60" tall, 2.55" diameter at bottom and 2.384" at outer
Be sure to install new bearings and seals (910-31000) with your new disc brake rotors.
NotesFits Mustang II/Pinto/Bobcat spindles. Use 912TLM12710 (outer cup) and 912TL68110 (inner cup), Hub flange is 5.740". OD of snout for wheel clearance is 2.50".Uses a .565 Knurl wheel stud.
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