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Chrysler caliper bracket

I have a 2005 Chrysler 300 limited RWD 3.6L with 12.6 rotors none vented front and rear. I am trying to swap out to Chrysler 300c 12.6 rear and 13.6 front rotors (vented) I`m having two problems... 1) The rear caliper mounting bracket will not fit over the thicker rotor. Do I just purchase I mounting bracket for a 300c or is there more to this 2) The front rotor is an inch bigger. Do I just purchase the caliper mounting brackets for a 300c and that will solve this problem Thanks for your help

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You will need the rotors, calipers, brackets, and pads off of a 300c

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