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Dp Brakes Snx High Friction Hh+ Snowmobile Pads Pad Snow Polaris on

US $47.95

Toccoa, Georgia, United States

Toccoa, Georgia, United States
Condition:New Brand:DP Brakes Size:PAD SNOW POLARIS Manufacturer Part Number:SDP845SNX UPC:Does Not Apply

SNX High Friction HH+ Snowmobile Pads
  • Powerful, industry-high HH+ friction-rated sintered metal
  • New high-tech ceramic heat shield eliminates brake fade
  • Quick break-in gives maximum braking performance after 10 miles
  • Excellent durability under all conditions
  • Dust-free performance without the noise or squeal
  • A new level of braking power for snowmobiles
  • Developed by factory riders to offer improved performance and durability compared to stock
  • OEM supplier on Polaris race sleds
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