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Wilwood Dynalite Brake Calipers Dirt Late Model Imca Race Car on


Lexington, Alabama, United States

Lexington, Alabama, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Wilwood

Shop clean up time. Time to get few things off the shelf. Here is a good used set of Wilwood dynalite brake calipers from a race team buyout. These have the 5.25 bolt pattern and for 1.25 rotors. Thus us a right and a left one with 1.5 pistons and the other 1.75 pistons. Part #s 120-1057 and 120-3210.

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