Yeah I'm thinking it might work.BMB said:Randall,
Are you looking to use the disks on a TJ?
yes the actual nissan rotors are a 5 lug :flipoff2: and they are eather 5on 4.5 or 5on 5 you might want to checkRandall Edge said:Can anyone think of a rotor that's thin enough for the Nissan calipers that has a 5 x 4.5 wheel bolt pattern?
I walked through the local P&P today. I didn't have any tools with me cause I was "at work" . I found a couple of nissans, a 240sx and what I think was a 300z. both had the style of calipers from the pic above. I think they were both 4 bolt, but I'll verify that when I go back to pull the parts. I also saw a honda accord with a similar style of caliper.usmcdoc14 said:
yes the actual nissan rotors are a 5 lug :flipoff2: and they are eather 5on 4.5 or 5on 5 you might want to check
The flanges on my shafts are just a tad too large to fit in the zook rotors. Turning them down 1/4" should be plenty. The zook rotors have a larger diameter hat than the troopers. It's just under 7" inside the zook hat. But that's 5 lug, not sure if it's even possible to drill them for your 6 lug pattern.BMB said:
The hat size on a lot of the car rotors I see looks like they are too small to work on truck axles, even if the flange is turned down.