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Ap 6 Piston Front Brake Calipers P/n Cp5890 Nascar on

US $1,595.00

Huntersville, North Carolina, United States

Huntersville, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Brand:AP Calipers Manufacturer Part Number:CP5890

This is a set of 6 piston front p/n CP5890  from one of NASCAR's top teams.
Due to sponsorship conflicts the AP logo has been milled off.
These calipers have been prepared to go back on a car and are Race Ready.

*****Mounts are not included****

Front calipers CP5890 spec:
Piston diameters: 2 @ 1.125 & 1 @ 1.625
uses 12.81" diameter rotor up to 1.495" thick
each caliper weighs 5.5 lbs

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