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Brake Kit Rim Fitment Checking


STEP 1
Print a copy of the drawing and check dimensions both vertically and horizontally to confirm it has printed to scale.
Cut the drawing just outside the dotted line.
 

STEP 2
Gluing the drawing to a stiffer piece of material such as a manila folder will make the template easier to use.
Finish cutting directly along the dotted line.
 
STEP 3
Lay the template inside the wheel as shown.
 
STEP 4
Verify that edge of the caliper does not touch the rim or the spoke.
A minimum of 2mm (0.080") is recommended.
 
If there is interference, different wheels or a wheel spacer will be necessary. Use of a wheel spacer is at the discretion of the vehicle owner. Typically a properly made spacer of 2-3mm will not adversely effect the vehicle.