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    5 stud Hubs on Cortina uprights

    Swapping the Cortina front into my Zephyr left me with the perrenial problem of 4 stud hubs & 5 stud wheels . I figured I could do with some bigger brakes than what the Cortina had to offer too , So I bought a Speedway brake kit via Langy's Rod shop :-







    basically a pair of 11" rotors with Ford 5 stud pattern & a pair of 2.5" GM calipers with pads , bolts & brackets. It was designed to fit Mustang 2 spindles so the brackets went in the bin & the measuring tackle was dug out. First up I got Whidewhites to spin me up some bearing adapters (Thanks Gary)







    Then I got a couple of caliper brackets lasered up & tapped to take the slide bolts :-







    Then bolted it all together :-







    Pretty straight forward. I now have big brakes , big calipers & 5 stud hubs on my Cortina stubs. Just need to road test them now.
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    Re: 5 stud Hubs on Cortina uprights

    i think granada is a bolt on swop,yours looks good aswell

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    Re: 5 stud Hubs on Cortina uprights

    Similar prob on the Consul with tina clip...Fitted Focus 300mm discs, granada calipers..hubs re-drilled for 5 stud wheels....new brackets and spacers (as the discs were a lot different to the tina ones)...looks a treat...imo..
    btw..wheels are 18's
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    Re: 5 stud Hubs on Cortina uprights

    i used cortina shaped p100 hubs (new)nocked out the studs weldedlup the hole with a mig & got a m8 to redrill the hubs to chevy jag ,these are now on early ford stub axles on an I beam ......Guy

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