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jay 09-14-2009 09:29 PM

Disc Brake Rotors
 
Does anyone know the specs for the disc brake rotors? Just for reference for future replacement.

EPHIOS 09-15-2009 01:00 PM

Re: Disc Brake Rotors
 
Good question! I'd go to Checkers' (www.cskauto.com) website, and select the car. I think it will give you a bit of specs.

Habes87 09-18-2009 11:33 PM

Re: Disc Brake Rotors
 
Front: 25.0mm (0.984 inches) - Standard Thickness
22.0mm (0.866 inches) - Min. Thickness

Rear: 10mm (0.394 in.) Stan. Thickness
8.5mm (0.335 in.) Min. Thickness

IbCruzn 07-07-2013 10:54 AM

If you have to ask it probably to late ( I had to do that)

Paul1114 07-26-2015 01:18 PM

A bit late, but here are the real specs:

Front:

275.0mm diameter
46.5mm height
25.0mm nominal thickness
22.0mm minimum thickness
62.0mm hub
14.5mm bolt size
5x114.3 bolt circle
Weight ~14.3lbs (this is for a Centric 121.44147 rotor; weight will vary a bit between brands)


Rear:

279.0mm diameter
30.5mm height
10.0mm nominal thickness
8.5mm minimum thickness
62.0mm hub
14.6mm bolt size
5x114.3mm bolt circle
Weight ~9.1lbs (this is for a Centric 121.44161 rotor; weight will vary a bit between brands)


TC2 front rotor (if you upgrade to TC2 rotors/calipers/pads; this is currently the only known OEM swap):

296.0mm diameter
49.5mm height
28.0mm nominal thickness
25.0mm minimum thickness
62.0mm hub
14.5mm bolt size
5x114.3mm bolt circle
Weight ~16.5lbs (this is for a Centric 121.44146 rotor; weight will vary a bit between brands)

I do not have specs on the other two options:

1. PTR09-21111 (2008-2015 xB TRD big brake kit)
2. PTR09-52080 (TC2 TRD big brake kit; should fit)

xrs 05-03-2017 08:04 PM

I can assume that the calipers from the later TC, or rav4 V6 will be what you want to use with the larger rotors?

I see this is a several year old thread, not sure if anyone is still interested.

Robs_Box 05-10-2017 01:02 PM

I'm still interested. You and me, lol.


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