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Anyone Running the Factory Reproduction Style 59's?


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4 hours ago, kodiakdenali said:

looking forward to seeing the finished powder coated wheels installed with the Brembos...I haven't had a chance to see the final combination yet as by the time the brakes were all finished it was time for the winter 20s.

If you’re thinking of the GM Brembo kit, you should look at the Wilwood big break kit. You get a 16” rotor which is also a 2 piece rotor. Big upgrade over the GM kit for just a few hundred $ more. 

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5 minutes ago, Descartian said:

If you’re thinking of the GM Brembo kit, you should look at the Wilwood big break kit. You get a 16” rotor which is also a 2 piece rotor. Big upgrade over the GM kit for just a few hundred $ more. 

looks nice, but I've already got the brembo kit installed, it just wasn't in the picture above.

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I've owned 4 sets of Factory Reproductions with no problems on a 2011, '14, '16 and an '18 . They're great wheels and I have no complaints. However, on my 2019 RST I went with  22" OE Creations PR196 distributed by Wheel Pros. The fit and finish on these wheels are flawless and required very little weights to balance. Couldn't be happier.

 

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