To make mine fit, I also opened up the center hole, and wheel stud
holes. I machined the outer edge, as well as making the space between
the steel friction area and the outer aluminum deeper, to clear the
lip of the backing plate. If I had a digital camera, I would send a
picture, since that would probably make more sense, but I do not.
----- Original Message -----
From: Mike Rose <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2001 11:40 AM
Subject: 240Z drums
> I tried to install a set of Datsun 240Z drums on the rear of my TR3
> had a bit of a problem. I had the center hole enlarged but it seems
> the outer casting (the part that extends beyond the fins) comes in
> with the backing plate and thus will not allow the drum to mount on
> Does anyone know if just machining the ridge of the drum off up to
> will work or is there other machine work that must be done to allow
the use of
> these drums on a TR3/TR4?
> Mike Rose
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