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95 del sol sir

someone swapped it from the b16a3 dohc
to a d15b7 sohc i have a standard and a s20 long gear tranny

the front rotors look 10.3in i have tone
hubs for the abs yes or whatever it is and they work ive tested the abs


so this car came with all abs and 4 disk brakes
i have inspected it a few times and this is my conclusion


the rotors themselves are not perfectly stationary they have a tiny bit of play allowing them to spin left and right a tiny fraction of a inch even tho the 4 lug nut bolts are thru it and the set screw thats not needed was being used to hold them in place better but it always and i mean always find its way out and recently just snapped the dumb set screw but we all know that screw is just to hold the rotor temp while adjusting the brake pad and most owner remove and discard that screw anyways

thats not the solution but was a good temp fix


any one have a any suggestions ?

should i just punk out get new rotors and hope they match up without wobble . but makes kinda no sense then the wobble is comming from what ? the rotors holes too big and slight play happens or is it the behind rotor the hub or somthing .... grrrrrr i read somthing about i may have mini cooper rotors on it or somthing weird but idk for sure i see write ups on conversions and stuff but i dont see anyone referring this wobble issue
 

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Rotors shouldn't move at all if you have the lug nuts torqued properly.
 

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could be wrong sized hubs, could be worn hubs,
 

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pictures, because your words are not working here.

Sounds like your rotor lug holes are biggere in diameter then your hub.
if thats the case then its moving around.

The rotor shouldnt have side to side play when the tire is tq down.
 
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