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New Wilwood 160-6844 48 Curved Vane Rotor,12.90 X 1-3/8",12 Bolt 7.15 Circle on 2040-parts.com

US $165.00
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Concord, North Carolina, United States

Concord, North Carolina, United States
Condition:New Brand:WILWOOD Placement on Vehicle:Left, Front, Rear Manufacturer Part Number:160-6844 Warranty:No

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HERE IS A NEW WILWOOD BRAKE ROTOR. THIS IS A 48 CURVED VANE  ROTOR FOR THE LEFT SIDE. IT IS 1-3/8"THICK AND HAS A 12 BOLT WITH 7.15" BOLT CIRCLE. THE OD MEASURES 12.90.



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