Join Date: Sep 2017
Location: Culver City California
Re: Right Stuff Rear Rotor Issue
I haven't taken any action opening up the rotor holes etc. I downloaded the instructions last night and it does say for an extra $30 or so they could have them machined before you receive them. As far as my axles, I believe they are the original, my car was in a barn for many years and they appear to be stock, and had stock drums on before being removed.
I did ask Right Stuff if I had the correct rotor and I sent pictures, which they confirmed is the correct rear rotor. I also asked if they had a deeper rotor or wider and they said the rotor was correct. My question is that if I unknowingly do have an aftermarket axle, do they not have a rotor that would be deeper / wider to fit?