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What size rotors do I need to get for the front it 4 wheel drive and a 2.7 V6

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You don't have the option to use different sizes?


Just goto the parts store or look at their site, but the main difference is you have to know if that vehicle is 2WD or 4WD to get the correct rotor!

Posted on Apr 15, 2015

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