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AFCO 6653022 GM Metric SR34 Compound Brake Pad
AFCO 6653022 GM Metric SR34 Compound Brake Pad

AFCO 6653022 GM Metric SR34 Compound Brake Pad

Bonneville, Firebird, Grand Am, Grand Prix, LeMans, Oval Track Cars, SR34 Compound

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AFCO 6653022 GM Metric SR34 Compound Brake Pad
AFCO 6653022 GM Metric SR34 Compound Brake Pad
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Compound:
SR34
MFG. Part #:
6653022

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These metric GM brake pads from AFCO are SR34 compound that was developed for improved stopping power over the standard C2 compound for rear dirt cars and front asphalt cars. These brake pads have a high temperature range of 200-1600 degrees makes these pads versatile and resistant to fade while giving you a heavy grip with reduced rotor wear.

  • SR34 compound
  • 200-16000 degree temperature range
  • Heavy grip
  • Resistant to fade
  • Set of 4 pads
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