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    Junior Member Backyard Mechanic Bazooka's Avatar
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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    Yes I will have to put my hand up for a set of these. Finally a use for my Nissan calipers!
    Let us know a price when you can.

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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    Hi,

    Saw this problem come up before but cant find it now.

    My axles have no locating point for the wheels, I recall reading you can get some off the shelf adaptors to locate the wheels, Is this true ?


    This is pictured with Drum



    Without drum

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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    Most wheels these days don't need it. They will locate on the studs with the wheel nuts.
    Hub ring is what you would usually use. But you don't have any hubs to sit them on!

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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    With my Rn25 axles. the disc took up all of the hub. I dont have the wheels on the hubs.
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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    Is anyone still making the brackets necessary to fit the MA70 brake setup to Hilux diff?

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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    I've had a few enquiries. Might be able to get a few more sets made

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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    I'm moving all the photos from my posts over to Tinypic.

    It's a slow process but I'm getting there!

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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    Thanks Peter. I'm glad the post is being revamped and can continue to be of use to others.
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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy View Post
    Is anyone still making the brackets necessary to fit the MA70 brake setup to Hilux diff?
    Hi I keep the brackets for the r33 caliper/ma70 rotor in stock pretty much all the time now. brackets are single piece billet steel units (not 2 separate parts per side).

    You can find them on my website if required.
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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    Hiya Peter,

    Just wanted to thank you for such a thorough guide and keeping the images updated. Couldn't have completed my conversion without it.



    Cheers.

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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    Looks good Jimmy.

    Glad this thread is still of some use so many years later!

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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    Looks great Jimmy.
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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    That did come up well!
    Oh really...

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    Default Re: How to: Supra MA70 rear discs to Hilux

    Cheers folks. Looking forward to testing the stopping power once my car is back on the road in the next couple of months!

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