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Thread: ke70 hubs on ae86 struts

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    Default ke70 hubs on ae86 struts

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    can i use the ke70 hub assembly with ae86 struts?
    im pretty sure they cant but can the ke70 brakes fit up to the 86 struts?

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    wil not work.

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    gay! no others options like xt130?

    so sick of sorcing hard to find parts **sigh**

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    86 hubs are a bitch to find too bad luck man, will let you know if i see some anyway

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    i was kinda hoping i could buy some brand newys from repco or sprints

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    Just go to wreckers and take a pair of XT130 struts/brakes? Will all bolt in hassle free and probably be cheaper and less work than trying to source new or used AE86 hubs. The twin piston brakes do stop quite well too.
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    are you saying xt130 hubs fit ae86 struts?

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    Noooo. They don't.



    Meant, fuck the AE86 struts off and use XT130 front end instead, so brakes, hubs struts etc. Would be probably easier and cheaper to do that than try source more AE86 hubs for your current struts.
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    not giving up my coilovers
    anyway xt130 throws out the front end

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    does it just give an extra 0.5mm positive camber and that's it?

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