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Default full floater, single bolt wheels rear end, anyone done it?

I'm planing to build my rearend for center bolt wheels. Just wondering has anybody done that.

I know many sport/ high-end cars are done and I remember that I have seen it done but cant find it.

I'm going with little different road but I want to make sure my parts live in what I plan to do with torque I got, around 1500ft ld. Alot of road miles, 1/4, 1mile, topspeed.
Different kind of tyres but with alot of torque and power.
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We've done many full floaters using Forgeline wheels with their centerlock conversion.
Not sure if that's exactly what you're looking for..?


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I know about that. Actually I calld them today and talked about they product. The Center lock is adapter system. Nice product.

But how did you made it to floater, using what hub/axle?

Difference is that on my app. I dont have "normal style" bolt flange in the end of the axle where bolt the adapter to.
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I got it done. My own way.. ofcourse.

Had to forget the center bolt system cos my front axle is so wide, dont want to add flares.

Here is a link to my IG page, slide show how I did it.
https://www.instagram.com/p/B11UstjH...ns_share_sheet
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Which bearing assembly did you use?
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Sorry for late reply,

But I used CTS-V bearing pack, also picked up the 4 pot Brembo calibers, 14.4" rotors and backing plate because emergency brake. That way everything fits and is easy to get spare parts.
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Am I missing something I didnt see anywhere for the caliper to mount ??
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You didnt miss, its not on yet. Bracket has been laser cut but havent got a chance to do anything about it. Rear end is under the car and car is between 2 post lift under another car. Been building other stuff to it.

Its pretty straight forward thing, CTS-V backplate has opening for the caliber and will be bolted to the bracket.
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