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Can I Use the Kodiak Rotor KR12D to Replace a Tie Down Engineering TDE46247 Rotor

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I currently have similar disks and calipers on my trailer made by Tie Down Engineering. I need new disks and am trying to find the exact dimensions to see if I could use these in place of the TDE ones as they are really not available, especially in Alaska. Can you find me a dimensional drawing of these disks to compare to the TDE46247 disk that I need to replace. I know my other option is to just buy a kit with brackets and calipers but seems like a bunch of extra $$.

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To replace the rotors of your disc brakes, the Kodiak # KR12D will work just fine as they are a standard 12-1/6" wide overall and have an inner diameter of 7-2/3" (where the hub sits). We don't have a dimensional drawing but as long as you've got a 6 on 5-1/2 bolt pattern this rotor will work for you; this rotor is designed for 5200-lbs to 6000-lbs axles.

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