Are these Kelsey Hayes B body rotors

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    I have a set of Kelsey Hayes one piece rotors that came off of a 1971 Satellite. I am wondering if they are correct for the car, since it looks like most factory rotors are the 2 piece design. These have KH markings and reinforcement ribs on the back similar to the Bendix design. They are 1.00" thick.

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    On my 71 Satellite and 71 Charger the rotors were 1 piece design with integrated hub. Looks right to me.
     
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    10.98" dia and min of .94 with the 4.5 bolt patter is the KH design for the 70-72 B and E. I am sure at some point one piece had to be the replacement for the 2 piece since that became the industry standard by 73. I can't be 100% sure about the date code, but looks like a 4 116 which may be 74 part as OEM replacement. Originals where 2 piece.

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    HOWEVER ------- 1970 through 1972 ------- is FAR< FAR different, than the 1966 - 1969...............
     
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    Yes they are, but he is talking about a 71 B body, so what is the point of your comment?