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Call stuart 0409135950

$1200.00 plus postage 

 

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2 hours ago, Butters said:

r34 gtr has different diameter front caliper bolts, so that statement is not correct :)

Front offsets are different to Skyline Brembos (so must use Z discs with Z calipers). 
Rears are completely different. Bolt diameter, spacing, and offset. You can make them work with a bit of time on a mill, but far from a bolt on. 

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Just adding/confirming some info for interested buyers. These are z33/350z as the 370z/z34 came with Akebono calipers.

The front calipers will bolt straight onto any r34. For an R33/R32/S chassis/Z32 you would need to either drill the knuckles from 12mm to 14mm to fit the bolts required for the calipers, or install a thread insert into the calipers to change them to M12 thread as per the factory calipers. Discs will also work on the front with no issue.

In the rear the Z calipers are significantly different bolt spacing. The PCD seems pretty close as does the offset. A mate has made them fit on his 32 gtst but it will require cutting the knuckles and access to a competent structural welder. Also it's not really suggested for a car that sees street use.

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