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AFCO 6656012 F33 Titanium Compound Brake Pads for 1/4 Inch Rotor
AFCO 6656012 F33 Titanium Compound Brake Pads for 1/4 Inch Rotor

AFCO 6656012 F33 Titanium Compound Brake Pads for 1/4 Inch Rotor

Midget, Sprint Car, Titanium Compound

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AFCO 6656012 F33 Titanium Compound Brake Pads for 1/4 Inch Rotor
AFCO 6656012 F33 Titanium Compound Brake Pads for 1/4 Inch Rotor
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Titanium
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  • F33 brake pads
  • Titanium compound
  • 0.630" thick
  • For Titanium alloy or stainless steel rotor
  • Set of 4 pads
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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