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Autopart International lists "Ultra" front brake rotors in both 10 3/4" and 11 1/2" sizes for all models. What is the factory size?
 

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Here is what I have on disc brakes for the Caliber. I highlighted and underlined the rotor sizes. So as you can see, depends on OEM wheel rim size. The three letters in brackets are the package your vehicle is described as)​


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DISC BRAKES




There are several brake packages available featuring either a disc/drum combination or a disc/disc combination.​




15-inch” vented front disc/9-inch rear drum (BRA)​




15-inch” vented front disc/9-inch rear drum with ABS (BRK)​




16-inch” vented front disc/9-inch rear drum with ABS (BRJ)​




16-inch” vented front disc/”14-inch” solid rear disc with ABS (BRF)​




16-inch” vented front disc/”14-inch” solid rear disc with ESP (BRF)
Only one package is available on Export vehicles, that is a “16-inch” vented front disc/”14-inch” (BR1) solid rear disc with ABS. It is like the BRF brake package, except the front brake linings are different.
“15-INCH” FRONT DISCS
“15-inch” front disc brakes (so called because they are designed to fit inside 15-inch or larger wheels) feature 2.2 inch (57 mm) single-piston floating calipers acting on 10.8 x 1.0 in. (276 x 26 mm) vented disc rotors.
“16-INCH” FRONT DISCS
“16-inch” front disc brakes (so called because they are designed to fit inside 16-inch or larger wheels) feature 2.2 inch (57 mm) single-piston floating calipers acting on 11.5 x 1.0 in. (294 x 26 mm) vented disc rotors.
“14-INCH” REAR DISCS
“14-inch” rear disc brakes feature 1.4 inch (35 mm) single-piston floating calipers acting on 10.3 x 0.39 in. (262 x 10 mm) solid disc rotors.

 
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