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10.25" Summit Rotors + Hawk Pads

As I went to look for upgraded rotors for my '98 B3000, I couldn't find any for the smaller 10.25" Rotors... not EBC, not Powerstop, not even NAPA! LOL!

As I looked on Summit's site, they showed their own branded rotors, slotted and drilled. I did'nt wanna go drilled but for $75/ea. I said.. eh, what the heck!

Anyway, here's what I got....

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What's with that Red chit, Raoul?
Wrecked the original bearing caps taking them off and, because it was Saturday afternoon and no Mazda/Ford parts dealers open, hadda make do with NAPA ones that weren't deep enough (bottomed-out on the spindle nose You can see I really tried to make them fit! LOL!) Anyway, I Hadda do sumthin!

So I made sure they were centered and clean and used some tacky gasket sealer to hold them 'til Monday when I can get some new ones from the dealer.

The silver chit is anti-seize for the threads and rotor nose, just to keep the rusting down.

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Is that how small mazda rotors are?
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I guess there was an 11.25" option, but mine wasn't blessed
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huh I thought all 98 to 02 was 11.25" then 03+ is 12"
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Actually, it shows them as 10.281

Left Side

Right Side

Edit: Wow, they went up 5 bux since I ordered them Wednesday!

I started this thread to maybe help peeps out that were looking for an upgrade to the smaller sized rotors. Lord know it needs the help, the stockers kept warping!

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my 2000 had the small rotors.

The change came mid year 2000 to the 11.28 for the 2wd at least.
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I thought the brake size was dependent on the payload package.
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what does those hloes do for the rotors? guess its to keep the temp[erature lower? idk
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