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Brake backing plates for TCE/Coleman & Brembo setup

Well, finally finished my custom brake duct backing plate for my TCE/Coleman 2-piece rotors.
The slot at 6:00 is for the Griggs control arm flange to poke thru (and extra drilled hole was an oops). The inner/outter rings are to help seal the backing plate against the rotor, as well as provide stiffening for the backing plate. There was a ribbing welded to the outside towards 11:00 to proved support for that mounting tab also.


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Wow! Thats easily the most efficient setup i've ever seen.

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