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Alcon B Type 4 Piston Calipers & Pads Nascar Brembo Ap Raybestos Willwood on

US $800.00

Chester, Maryland, United States

Chester, Maryland, United States
Alcon B Type 4 piston front calipers, with pads, braided brake lines and rotors. Mounts on 5.25 centers. Very good condition.
Brand:Alcon Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front Manufacturer Part Number:B Type Warranty:No

ALCON Engineering B Type NASCAR 4 piston racing calipers with braided brake lines,pads and rotors.. Mounts are on 5.25 centers. Rotors are 12 7/8" by 1 3/8" and hats are 2 5/16" All are in great condition and were just raced on Labor Day weekend at Summit Point with a win in SPO 2 days in a row.. As you can see they are not all scraped up and the pads are 80%. The rotors are in very good condition with only minor heat checking. This is everything you need to do a quality brake upgrade. Fast and free shipping to lower 48 only, NO international shipping. $800.00

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