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    Tatum Combo Front Hubs/Discs
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    When mating this with the combo spindle, the distance once bearings are installed from the weld face of the spindle and the face of the hub that the rotor bolts to is .59". There is some detail that I obviously didn't feel like drawing like bearings and races but that distance mate is all you really need to set it up. The green faces in the picture with the snout and the hub together shows you the distance mate faces that need to be .59".

    I also attached a file to get dimensions for the front upright plate for caliper mounting. If you use .25" plate you will just need to weld on a .155" shim on the inside (towards centerline of car) of the plate to center the caliper on the rotor. If you have any questions, shoot me a PM.

    This is the brake setup that I have that it is measured off of. Tatum 2 piston, 11" rotor. http://www.tatummotorsports.com/prod...roducts_id=100

    The mate is with the Tweed combo spindles that I posted in the thread just under this one.
    Last edited by standfast; 09-04-2008 at 10:03 AM.
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