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Re: Brake upgrade advice
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Thanks for the replies, have a been informed well. Now to build a nice brake setup

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Will Hilux caliper bolt on direct to B210 strut?

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The larger A10 "Stanza" and B310 struts have the same caliper bolt pattern as the Sumitomo S12+ caliper used on the Hilux. But the smaller B210 struts have a smaller bolt spacing

The Hilux calipers are not recommended because they are very heavy cast iron. They are sometimes used as a budget choice when fitting large brake rotors but the better choice is a light alloy 4-piston caliper (such as Volvo, Nissan Skyline R32, or Mazda RX-7). These require much larger disc rotors than the 120Y

For the 120Y the normal Brake Upgrades will work -- they are listed for the 1200 (B110) but the early B210 is nearly identical

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Sometimes info here is confusing. Checking this out. 120y/B310 .

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For the RX7 adapter for my strut, where can I buy online?

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I already got 258mm discs. That will serve the purpose?

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Is SOufrika a hard place to get parts from?
sure you can get some late bits from there???

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It's really hard here. And machine work is always over priced.

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you wont need machine work if you can source Bakkie front struts

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I think this is possible. There was production in S.A. I'll try source them. What's the caliper bolt spacing of those struts?

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