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I need some help I have to find out what the spec's are on a f-150 for the front brake rotor's. I just need to know the minimum wear amount or even a link on where to find this? I looked on yahoo and found nothing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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My fault 1997 I beleive it's 2 wheel drive It's my teacher's truck. His computer is down and I have to find this out for my last lab.
 

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It should be stamped/cast on the rotor somewhere (usually in the hub area). :D
 

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does that say the maximum amount of wear or the minimum for turning the rotor?
 

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In my opinion, it is the same thing. :D

But since this question is for a test, then I don't know.

The only place where I know that it "should" list the actual minimum thickness (i.e. maximum wear) would be the specifications section of the OEM manual.

But that is just a guess. :thumbsup:
 

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i believe dont laugh, but autozone.com has specs such as minimum rotor thickness and such..

i believe i have found that there before
 

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94 Daily Driven 4.6L said:
It should be stamped/cast on the rotor somewhere (usually in the hub area). :D
Yeah you were right we had the truck in the air and it was stamped on the inside of the rotor!! Thank's for your help guys!!!!
 
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