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Where to have my 300ZX rotors redrilled?

Old 11-22-2006, 12:40 PM
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Question Where to have my 300ZX rotors redrilled?

I live in Greenville, Sc and I was wondering where I could get my 300ZX rotors redrilled for 4 Lug. I know not many members on this board are from around my area, but what kind of shop do I need to look for? A machine shop, brake shop or what? If anyone knows of any shops in the Greenville, Charlotte, Or Atlanta areas, that would be great.

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Old 11-22-2006, 01:07 PM
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Check a phone book for local machine shops, they should have a drill press and be able to do it for you.
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Old 11-22-2006, 04:41 PM
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+1 for machine shop with drill press
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Old 11-22-2006, 06:30 PM
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Cool

Ok, well I didnt know it was that simple. My best friends dad owns a machine shop. What is the best way to make sure the lug holes are centered perfectly around the hub. Should i use 1 of the pre-existing lug holes and drill 3 new ones. Or should I drill 4 completely new ones. I guess I could use an old rotor for a template. thanks
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You could just use the old one as a template, just lay the 240 rotor on top of the Z rotor and have them drill down through the 4 lug holes,
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Another option is having a spare hub with 3 of the for studs out. Run one of the studs through oneof the existing 5 holes and drill through the other 3 holes in the hub. It'll line up perfectly
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Oh Ok, thanks Artic. Thats what i really wanted to know. I was unsure if the if the 4X114.3 would line up/be centered using a pre-existing lug hole on the 5 lug. Thanks again, that is what I will end up doing.
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