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  • Where to get best prices for wilwood/wilwood compatible rotors?

    Want to get a set of spares for my budget baller kit but the $40 for med duty seem to be a thing of the past.

    What's a good price for med duty and for heavy duty? I thought someone said coleman rotors would fit but not sure.

    Thanks!

  • #2
    Both Def and I sell Wilwood products. Which part numbers are you looking for? Wilwood tends to update pricing pretty regularly, so I can see how bad they've gone up.
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    • #3
      I understand the hats have a standard bolt pattern. figure out the pattern and fastener type (threaded, thru hole, T-slots, whatever) and give Coleman a call with the info. Their online catalog is a pain to navigate because they have a lot of their parts buried inside submenus of somewhat related parts. i.e. to find all the various options for 12" rotors, you have to look at rotor rings only, components inside the 2-pc brake disc sections, and also replacement parts under complete brake kits..

      it's best to call them and you'll get a person that goes "OK, 12" rotor. 8 on 6" bolt circle. 5/16" threaded. directional vanes or no?" ........ OK, that's this part number, it's $120985 each.

      You want heavy duty? that's this part number and it's $0918457198 each.
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      • #4
        Def - do you have that info handy? I'm away on work and everything is at home. I'd love to check into it and order before I return. Thanks!

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        • #5
          A singular Wilwood order has basically no margin under any of the "free shipping over $99" places. Their shipping charges are astronomical.

          I just paid almost $200 to get not even all the components for the last DefSport brake GB shipped to me to give you an idea of how bad it can get. That was only 4 rotors too, so the total weight was around 65-70 lbs.
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          • #6
            I just bought a pair of regular wilwood rotors off amazon for $58/ea (hooray prime).

            I'm in the market for some heavier duty rotors for my spare hats, as well, but haven't decided what I'm getting. someone in another thread mentioned Hawk rotors and I found them for around ~110/ea so I might just jump on those.

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            • #7
              I have the Coleman heavy duty ones I can add the part numberof it helps. They were around $80.
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              • #8
                Yeah, please post the part number so it's at least searchable here.

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                • #9
                  Would be awesome to have a hat/bracket for one of the first three friction rings here:

                  http://porterfield-brakes.com/manufa...UL+Rotors.html
                  winhpde.com

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                  • #10
                    I tried to get a 11.75 or 12.19 x 0.81 GB setup, and only 1 person was even somewhat interested.
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                    • #11
                      Coleman rotors (L) 24837, (R) 24838. 12 & 3/16th " x 1&1/4 8 bolt 7" rotors. $80 (866)265-3626.
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                      • #12
                        Thanks eye-5!

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