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1970 f250 disc brakes

Hello, I have been trying to get some nos(or just some older American made) rotors for my truck and im seeing to different part numbers that may work. I was hoping someone may know which of these rotors will work with my f254 contractor special.

141084

or

141052


Thanks for any help
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