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    I own a two and a half litre Commodore - 8.93 at 142mph

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      We need a Nokia 9910 for proper scale if the dish.....

      Looks the goods

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        Unfortunately the back of the studs hits the handbrake actuator, don’t know how I’m going to solve that yet
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            This is my current issue

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              Are they fully seated?

              Having said that they look like they might hit even if they seat in to the flange.
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                Yeah fully seated, they are threaded and have a flange that makes them appear unseated
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                  Ah ok. I've only dealt with pressed ones. Not sure what you'll do there. But if there are threaded do you need the flange? Could you remove it all together? Or are you concerned they'll unwind?
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                    Yeah, I’d rather not play around with the studs or the axle flange, might give the handbrake a miss til I’ve run a number. Maybe adapt calipers that have a handbrake incorporated in them (ed Falcon etc)
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                      I pulled the washers from the studs in my Moser axles for the same reason. Not sure if you'll get the clearance from just washers though.

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                          EA-ED calipers suck the wang. Id be doing everythung possible to avoid that conversion
                          Originally posted by Rdyno
                          70ynu has to be the most retarded cunt here. "Help me please" me "you need to remove your head" him "fuck off cunt I'm to lazy fuck off out of my thread you told me to do something I don't want to do so you're a cunt fuck off can some one please tell me an easier way???"
                          Originally posted by Tripper
                          Its a tight battle between you and rogercordia for the most retarded member on here, thou i think you have it by 5 window licks

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                            All incorporated calipers suck
                            I own a two and a half litre Commodore - 8.93 at 142mph

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                              True, but those are the worst of the worst.
                              ​​​​​​Are you going for fully engineered/legal? If not, maybe a second caliper and a hydro handbrake?

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                                Long term goal is engineered (once it runs a number I’m happy with) I’ll have a bit more of a play with the mechanism later on, I should be able to make it work.

                                Also picked up a new main stud kit off faceballs for half price
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                                I own a two and a half litre Commodore - 8.93 at 142mph

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