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Old 03-28-2013, 09:16 PM
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Originally Posted by hemirae View Post
I have noted that after market replacement for rear rotors are larger in diameter than the front. Is this OK considering that the rear calipers are smaller as compared to the front?
The rear rotors are about 1/2" larger in diameter than the fronts, the size of the caliper is just different since these trucks are front brake biased. I picked up the EBC pads and rotors for my '09, and they're showing the same parts number for all '09-'10 as the same ones for my '07, but not showing anything for the '11+ in the same rotor type, so I don't know if there's a difference in the later 4th gens or not, but I can't see there being one since the hubs and axles are the same.
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