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Old 02-04-2012, 12:01 PM
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I have serched and not found the right answer. I need to replace the rotors on my triple axle trailer that is 4 years old. The rotors I have are 12" 6 lug x 6. I would like to replace the rotors with SS or Kodiacs coated rotors. Will Kodiacs fit Tie Down?

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Old 02-04-2012, 12:55 PM
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Not sure if the rotors will work but I was told by Eastern that the calipers would not fit the Tie Down brackets.
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The trailer is used at most 2 times a year. Usually once.
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If there was an issue with interchanging i wanna say its with putting Kodiak calipers on a tie down caliper bracket and making sure they are spaced out properly to make contact with your rotor. I do believe that Kodiak rotors can be interchanged with tie down rotors but the calipers it isn't possible. I have experience with switching someone form a 6 Bolt Tie Down Rotor to a Kodiak and the specs on the rotors matched up. If you have an questions regarding this contact Kodiak Directly and they will be more than happy to answer any question regarding there brakes you may have.
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