Konig Rewind brake clearance (answered)

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Konig Rewind brake clearance (answered)

Post by Techromancer » 23 Oct 2013 10:13

I'm looking to get some 15x7 +0 Konig Rewinds and I wanted to make sure that they would fit over my brakes. Does anyone have a set that wouldn't mind measuring one of their wheels? I've tried looking around the forums and didn't see any info.

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I have Wilwood brakes up front (don't have the part number on hand but they're 4 piston).

I have Rota Grid V 15x8 +0 wheels that clear the brakes no problem.
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Re: Konig Rewind brake clearance (anyone mind measuring whee

Post by okayfine » 23 Oct 2013 10:28

Helpful to suggest what you'd like measured, at least the rotor size you have (if not the part number), or where you think you might have problems.
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Re: Konig Rewind brake clearance (anyone mind measuring whee

Post by Techromancer » 23 Oct 2013 12:18

It's an Aimco 1013243 rotor, 11.25" with a Wilwood Dynalite caliper. I'm just worried about the spokes clearing the caliper, so the inner profile of the spoke is all that matters.

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Re: Konig Rewind brake clearance (anyone mind measuring whee

Post by johnbureezu » 23 Oct 2013 14:16

I have 15x7 0 offset rewinds and wilwood dynalites on 12"+ rotors and they clear just fine. Close but they fit. Just watch where you place the stick on wheel weights. I'm also using the .81" thick rotor.
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Re: Konig Rewind brake clearance (anyone mind measuring whee

Post by Techromancer » 24 Oct 2013 14:52

Awesome, thanks so much.

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