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Wilwood 12" Brake Kit Gm A Body Forged Dynapro 6 Big Brake Kit 140-10510 on 2040-parts.com

US $800.00
Location:

Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, United States

Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, United States
This brake kit is a new display model. Shows some shelf wear but has never been installed on a vehicle.
Brand:Wilwood Placement on Vehicle:Front Manufacturer Part Number:140-10510-D

For sale is a Wilwood Dynapro Big Brake Kit. Part # 140-10510-D The kit includes 2 6 piston Wilwood calipers, 2 drilled and slotted 12.19" rotors, and 2 aluminum hubs. This kit was displayed as a demo and therefore has some minor shelf wear. Also, the 6 piston calipers feature a clip brake pad retention style instead of the more recent bolt in style. This is your chance to get a big brake kit for your classic hot rod at a bargain price. Thanks for looking.

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