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4 Piston Brake Caliper --alcon on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Cleveland, Ohio, United States
nicks,some wear,
Brand:Alcon Warranty:No

auction is for one Alcon  ,B type caliper,looks like the part number might be DAL3471X15BL ,3.5 mounting center,4 piston, 1 5/8 inch piston,looks in very good condition ,but it might need a rebuild,1 1/2 in space for rotor

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