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40inches

posted on 20/7/20 at 10:15 AM Reply With Quote
10mm solid front disk

Does anyone know the part number and/or a supplier for the 240mm x 10mm thick front Sierra disks?
I have some replacement disks but they are 12.7mm thick and foul the caliper

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indykid

posted on 20/7/20 at 10:36 AM Reply With Quote
Just had a dig through the catalogue on Brakes International and even the 1.3 Sierra is listed as running 240x13mm thick solid discs.

The Fiesta has 240x10mm discs listed but I have no idea if the offset will suit the caliper.

Are the caliper carriers you have definitely from a Sierra? Will the claw of the caliper assemble with a pair of new pads over the 1/2" discs?





me? ambivalent? well, yes and no

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40inches

posted on 20/7/20 at 12:56 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by indykid
Just had a dig through the catalogue on Brakes International and even the 1.3 Sierra is listed as running 240x13mm thick solid discs.

The Fiesta has 240x10mm discs listed but I have no idea if the offset will suit the caliper.

Are the caliper carriers you have definitely from a Sierra? Will the claw of the caliper assemble with a pair of new pads over the 1/2" discs?


Thanks for that Using your link it looks like the Escort Mk4 are a fit, 58mm offset. I assume that the PCD is the same?

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jps

posted on 20/7/20 at 02:04 PM Reply With Quote
Yes Escort Mk4 does have the same 4 bolt PCD as Sierra mk1 and mk2 (and Ford Ka mk1, Ford Puma mk1 share the same PCD as well). Capris as well I think (the later models, not sure whether the earliest Capris...).

https://www.wheelfitment.eu/car/Ford.html

And mk1 Mondeo too!

[Edited on 20/7/20 by jps]

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