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SRW vs DRW brakes

Hello,

I am in the process of doing a 2008 axle swap into my 2002. The axle I have is from a 2008 DRW 4x4. It is in the need of new rotors....

From everything I have read, the axles between the SRW and DRW are the same short of the spacer for the wheels.

When I have looked for rotors I found different part numbers for SRW and DRW front rotors:


at $214 a pop:
Front R DRW: 126.65110CSR
Front L DRW: 126.65110CSL

At $281 a pop:
Front R SRW: 126.65112CSR
Front L SRW: 126.65112CSL

(These are for the cryo power slots)

Can anyone advise why there would be adifference in the two? If no difference I would just go with teh DRW rotors and save $120...Thats easily pads right there!

Thanks for any insight!

2002 F-350, was a DRW, now a SRW (but kept the dana 80 ARB's front and back, 4.88 gears on 37's
AIS, 4 inch MBRP, 38R ww2, IHI bellowed up pipes
PHP 6 Pos Chip, swamps 140 volt mod
PMF coilovers and 4 link...front and back
2008 D60 up front, 2002 D80 out back
Psc hydro assist with ported hydroboost, p pump

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Well here is the response from power slot:
"...the rotors are dimensionally the same (externally) between the dually and single rear wheel. The difference is the vane configuration….the dually rotor has an additional 20 cooling vanes."

So if that is the case, you would think the DRW rotors would be more expensive and not cheaper....

2002 F-350, was a DRW, now a SRW (but kept the dana 80 ARB's front and back, 4.88 gears on 37's
AIS, 4 inch MBRP, 38R ww2, IHI bellowed up pipes
PHP 6 Pos Chip, swamps 140 volt mod
PMF coilovers and 4 link...front and back
2008 D60 up front, 2002 D80 out back
Psc hydro assist with ported hydroboost, p pump
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