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Howe Aluminum Dual Piston Brake Calipers 1 7/8" Pistons Imca on


Ludington, Michigan, United States

Ludington, Michigan, United States

You are bidding on a reconditioned pair of  Howe dual piston aluminum brake calipers with 1 7/8" pistons. They have new seals, fittings and are for 11 3/4" X 1 1/4" rotors. They fit the old style GM mounting pattern using the D 52 style brake pad. NOT METRIC. They are clean and ready to install.

48 United States please. As always parts are sold as is. Please check shipping cost before bidding. Will combine shipping on multiple wins when possible. Good luck and Thanks for looking.

May also be able to be used for SBC, chevrolet, ford, dodge, IMCA, NASCAR, late models, retro,  oval track, pinks, circle track, drag racing, chevy,  rat rod, hot rod,  road racing, mud truck, off road, sand buggy.

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