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Old 03-19-2015, 10:23 AM   #1
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So I ordered the Baer Eradispeed +2 rotors for the rear of my 14, being delivered today as a matter of fact. Now I want to do the front which leads me to my question...if I buy the Baer 14" rotors for the front would a Brembo Caliper then be a direct bolt on? I don't want to buy a whole kit because it would be cheaper to just get the rotors and then the calipers. Any input on this?
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As long as their rotors are the same thickness as the standard rotors, it is not a problem. You could contact the manufacturer's tech line to get that answer. The caliper is a direct bolt on, just the two bolts on the knuckle, the hydraulic line, and the restraining bolt on the line.
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As long as their rotors are the same thickness as the standard rotors, it is not a problem. You could contact the manufacturer's tech line to get that answer. The caliper is a direct bolt on, just the two bolts on the knuckle, the hydraulic line, and the restraining bolt on the line.

Cool thanks. Im pretty sure the thickness is the same because it says they fit the GT. I wasn't sure if the V6 would have the same caliper mounting points.
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Ford used the same knuckle for all of these cars, it keeps design, manufacturing, and supply complexity and cost down.
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Thanks for the info, I appreciate it.
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One more question, what about the brake lines? Will I need to replace these as well?
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The brake lines that are on the Brembo calipers will do fine. I do not know if the lines for the original calipers will reach the brembo caliper. I would check to see if the brake line part number changes from the non-brembo caliper to the brembo caliper. Tousley Ford has their parts list online, it is a great resource.
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