I got a "Mark VII" rear rotor, but it's only 10.5" why!?

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  1. BlackFox5.0

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    i found a rotor inside a Mark VII at my junkyard, it didn't have axles on the car, so i looked inside, i only found one rotor, and i think it's from the car, the rotor fits on my ranger axle, so it has the same bolt pattern... :shrug:

    the rotor is 10.5"x3/4"

    is this the correct rotor?
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    I have a set of brand new MK VII rotors in the shop and I think they measure about 11 5/16" in diameter. I can check them tomorrow and repost if I can just remember to do it.
    Howard :shrug:
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    Yeah mine are a little more than 11 1/4"

    Technically they are 11.35"
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    Why? cause it came off a different car!

    That is not a Mark7 rotor.

    Good door stop though!
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    What could it have come off then? It's definately a rear rotor, and it fits on my ranger axles ( I finally both both axles :)) [​IMG]
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    5 bolt and 10.5"- that 's a fit for my Turbo Coupe if I ever went to 5 lug. When you find out what it is, let me know.
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    If it came off a mark 7 it's gotta be a mark 7 rotor. You measure it right? ;)

    It looks like my mark 7 rear rotor, but it was definitely about 11 1/4"

    Are the directionally vented?
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    NO, not a mark rotor.

    Looks solid. Thus off the 94-present Gt/V6 mustangs.
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    Not solid, I know it's not a Mark7 rotor, and i'm not going to use it because I can't find the other one, but I am now just wondering what car it is from....not that i will use any from the car it did come from though....

    [​IMG]
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    I wouldn't even use that rotor period. Chuck it in the trash.
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    I gotta take it back to the junkyard, he wants it back, I will also call around for some new rotors, I got $89 back from my TC rotors i was going to use, but decided to go 5-lug instead...
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