Rotors & hats Speedway Engineering hubs

Discussion in 'Shop - Driveline' started by 5.3Ranger, Dec 22, 2009.

  1. 5.3Ranger

    5.3Ranger Member

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    I have some Speedway GN hubs & some 4 piston Wilwood superlites & I am looking for hats & rotors for this setup to complete my 9". Since the hubs aren't hatless I called speedway & they said to call Wilwood. I called Wilwood & they were less than helpful. Is there a common setup that a lot of you have run with these hubs as far as hats & rotors & who can I buy it from? It's going on a ranger so I'm guessing a 12" rotor is sufficient.
  2. f1sleepy

    f1sleepy Active Member

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    Try contacting Coleman. They should have some options for you.
  3. Wahl_7s

    Wahl_7s Member

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    they sell them @ KarTek but you have to have them drilled I run a speedway 9" in our truck Currie will drill them.
  4. 5.3Ranger

    5.3Ranger Member

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    Thanks, I had called them & am waiting on a call back.

    Thank you as well, I'll give them a call as well. Do you know who makes the ones they sell?
  5. DBMETALWORX

    DBMETALWORX Well-Known Member

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    just looked on speedway motors website, and there are 3 pages of rotors & hats.. Speedway engineering didn't have much..
  6. 5.3Ranger

    5.3Ranger Member

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    Thank you DBMETALWORX as well! Looks like I'll order them from coleman or speedway motors, whoever has them in stock. Is a 12" x 1.25 the common size rotor for some 4 piston superlites on the rear of a 1400 truck?
  7. f1sleepy

    f1sleepy Active Member

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    I'd say yes, that's probably the most common setup out there.

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