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    I'm trying to find an RT142 that i can pinch the brakes from (They are really hard to find with the solid disc rear end).

    Are any of you guys planning to run 13/14's with these brake setups your trying to figure out? I personally will never run bigger than a 14" Wheel on the back and will probably stick with JDM Brakes or similar up front for the life of the car so i don't want to upset the brake balance.

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    Nope, I'll be on 15's. Why 14's max man? Are you after twin caliper?

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    14's are the biggest wheels i want to run on the Car

    I'm just chasing a single caliper solution - Which is why the RT142 Setup is so tempting -I've been looking for a while now and i still haven't found anything though - If the MX13 diff had come with drum's i would have used them to simplify things and save time chasing unobtanium

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    Just bolt on s/t series drums? Maximum Simplification, y/n?

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    I wasn't aware that they bolted up! If that's the case! for the time being I'll get some of those then.

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    By logic, it should. You can bolt RT142 disc set up onto S/T/E series. S/T/E-series is (confirmed via multiple sources) same as MX13 F-series. It'll work.

    and for future reference, not that it's relevant to this topic but is ending up about rear brakes for all diffs more than just F&G series, T-series disc diff is a different axle tube flange patten to drum T-series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skylar View Post
    By logic, it should. You can bolt RT142 disc set up onto S/T/E series. S/T/E-series is (confirmed via multiple sources) same as MX13 F-series. It'll work.

    and for future reference, not that it's relevant to this topic but is ending up about rear brakes for all diffs more than just F&G series, T-series disc diff is a different axle tube flange patten to drum T-series.
    Appreciate the information mate!

    Is it physically possible to fit a twin caliper setup under a 14" Wheel? (with a reasonable size vented disk).

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    Well, fuck me. Stumbled upon something that might make my life easier. Estima is live axle F-series and has discs internal drum brake AND has the same rectangle axle tube pattern as drum diff AND is single row bearing. MINDFUCK.

    Still, in this stupid state, the chance of me stumpbling upon one of those wrecking and getting the stuff at a reasonable price is pretty much impossible. SO, on with the wilwood fsi/ R/Z calipers it is.

    If anyone finds a previa and wants to grab the stuff for me at a cheap price, I'll take it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HJ60 View Post
    Appreciate the information mate!

    Is it physically possible to fit a twin caliper setup under a 14" Wheel? (with a reasonable size vented disk).
    Yeah dude, if one caliper fits, two will fit no prob. Might get cramped but should be enough space to do so. The disc will be limited to caliper choice but yeah, if jakel can get a 291mm disc under 15's you should theoretically be able to get a 266mm disc under 14's. Is that size reasonable enough?

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    While talking about which diffs have what flange, it occured to me that what sundee is selling is for his mx13 diff which is the s/t/e axle tube flange and will not fit yr22/30/31 tarago/estima f-series. I think I'm the only one that has a tarago diff in this thread so no one that's shown interest in sundee's product is affected. It opens up the option to t-series guys also.

    Care to confirm what diff your caliper mounts are based on Joel?

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