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I need to get my (blank) front rotors drilled and my rear drums re-drilled for a 4x100 bolt pattern.
Does anybody know of a reputable machineshop that can do this ?
I'm in Waterdown (near Oakville).
01-22-2002, 01:14 AM
I have a 1970 Beetle. It is very hard to get decent wheels for this car. So when I ordered a disk-brake conversion kit for the front, I ordered blank rotors because I did not know yet what type of wheel I would be using.
I have now bought a set of wheels with a 4x100 botlpattern, so I need to get it drilled and tapped for the bolts/studs.
The rear drums also need to be re-drilled to this pattern.
01-22-2002, 02:03 PM
oh sorry. i thought you were actually talking about cross drilling...
Drilling 4 holes for studs isn't a very hard task and anybody with equipment should be able to do it.
For cross drilling/slotting and all your Badland machining needs, there is an excellent machinist working out of the back of Strudwick Motorsports located on North Service Road east of Trafalgar Rd. The guys name is Bruce, and I can find you his phone number pretty quick if you need it.
It's also a real good chance to check out some real sweet Regional and ex-Trans-Am/Motorola cup cars.
Yeah, please send me his phone number.
You can either post it here or email me :
Thanks a bunch !!
OK, his name is Bruce Valiquette, and his c phone is
I'd try him first, just 'cause he has Y-51 Machine Services, and he knows his stuff the best.
If you can't find him, I'd try Mike Diell at DL Motorsports.
Unit 20, 1140 Heritage Rd, Burlington
Mike's a bigtime import guy, and he's got a 750 plus hp MR2 sitting in the back that'll blow your mind too.
Either one of these guys can help.
And for anybody else, if you need Redline brake fluid, Mike gets it by the case.
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