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    I did FEA on a 10mm steel caliper mount. 1000kg car, 50:50 weight split (even when braking) slowing down at 1.5g or something. Deflection was 0.02mm. Could easily make it thinner. Too bad my program doesn't have more materials I could model with.

    It has "structural aluminium" but I don't remember if it mentioned what grade it was. This is from like 2 years ago so I'll have to check it again and go looking for more material files so I can model 2024/6061/7075/1020/whatever else that's commonly used.

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    i don't think 6061 will cut it.

    i think i'll use 8mm plate as daim has. will probley be largly the same exept to suit a smaller disk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ke_70 View Post
    i don't think 6061 will cut it.

    i think i'll use 8mm plate as daim has. will probley be largly the same exept to suit a smaller disk.
    I can probably make a kit for a smaller diameter rotor for you if you were using the same calipers. i can draw it up on CAD and have it laser cut
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    ah its cool, i can get brackets watercut up for less than $20.

    converted the diff to 4stud tonight too.
    made a jig and picked up off of the centre hub and 1 stud

    (don't mind those other 4 holes, just made it out of some junker flanges laying around)


    threw it in the radial drill


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    which f series is that out of clay? im interested to know if the rumour is true about there being an extra 20mm of teeth on yr22 axels therefor making it a simple job to shorten the diff?
    stroked 2L ca18-ae86 in the build...eta xmas 2012?

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    That's a g-series isn't it?

    Tarago axle has like an inch-30mm of spline. The factory open diff has about an inch or so off memory. A cusco altezza diff however only has like 1/2" to 15mm of spline. Where the two meet and how much you can cut off, I don't know.
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    yes this is a g series out of a rn25 hilux. no need to shorten as its like 25-30mm shorter than the corolla diff.

    if the f series axles are similar design to this then yes you can shroten heaps if you wanted.

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    With JDM disc's too it appears the hub on the axles have been machined down

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    MX13 diff has the same centrebore as ae86 JDM disc rear end, 60mm.






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