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Hello DBest - did not received your email last night ([email protected]). Please feel free to text or call with number provided. Thanks -Steve
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Hi Steve, email sent this morning, let me know if not received

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Alfastop specs the Dunlop disc at 284 mm diameter. My discs are 265 mm
I’m glad this thread came up I have a set of OEM brand new brakes in the box from god knows when. Because of the patterns, I thought they were Dunlop. Well, guess what, they are ATE. So they’re for sale and I want enough to get a set of front Dunlop rotors. Shipping would be flat Rate in U.S.A.
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How do I tell the difference between DUNLOP and ATE front rotors? Just different diameter? I have a new set that I was going to fit to my 1966 DUETTO Spider and it would be good to know before I strip and attempt to fit.

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How do I tell the difference between DUNLOP and ATE front rotors? Just different diameter? I have a new set that I was going to fit to my 1966 DUETTO Spider and it would be good to know before I strip and attempt to fit.
Alfastop specs the Dunlop disc at 284 mm diameter. My discs are 265 mm

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In mid to late 67, the Dunlop calipers were changed to ATE, with a Dunlop to ATE adaptor/bracket on the Dunlop upright

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