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Jul 9, 2021, 8:35 AM

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I have a Landmaster 700 UTV with a bad wheel cylinder on the left side. After searching their web site I found the wheel isn't available. The sell the backing plate with the wheel cylinder and shoes mounted for $300.00. Just the (4) rear shoes cost $100 and some change.

I have several junks cars and have decided to adapt the rear rotors for a car to this buggy. The lug pattern is 4 on 100 (4 on 4") with really doesn't matter as I can redrill them to fit my ride. It would be better if it were a four lug since drill the lug pattern could be done between the current ones. I want to use the rear and most has some prevision for an e-brake.

What is the smallest rear rotor any has seen on a car? I pulled one from a Honda later yesterday and it's about 10.25". This will not work due to the wheels inside measurement. I could turn the rotor down but I would then need another caliper.

Any help would greatly be apprecited.

Have A Big Time!


Tom Greenleaf
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Jul 9, 2021, 8:56 AM

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IMO you'll spend more changing this thing. E-brake? Do you really want this thing to roll away on itself when not in it? I get it, they are fun and or needed for assorted use it's the lower production that makes things costly.
You could search rotors till you are blind and would find small, motorcycle and need two probably cost lots more?
End of suggestion is put it back to the way designed so you don't have this dilemma,


Hammer Time
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Jul 9, 2021, 6:00 PM

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This isn't going to work with your master cylinder.


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