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Airheart Brake Friction Puck for 150x1, Hard Lining Replacement
Airheart Brake Friction Puck for 150x1, Hard Lining Replacement

Airheart Brake Friction Puck for 150x1, Hard Lining Replacement

Universal Fit, .33" Overall Thickness, 1.47" Diameter

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Airheart Brake Friction Puck for 150x1, Hard Lining Replacement
Airheart Brake Friction Puck for 150x1, Hard Lining Replacement
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MFG. Part #:
10730059006
Overall Thickness:
.33"
Diameter:
1.47"
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Countersunk retaining screw is centered in puck.

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Brake lining "pucks" for your vintage Airheart 150x1 calipers. Choose soft or hard compound. Sold each.

  • 1.460” O.D. and approximately .326 thick
  • Puck is stepped inward to set into the caliper piston
  • Wear area above step is about .225”
  • Recessed and countersunk attachment hole in center of puck

Note: The soft pad will work best at cold temperatures but will not last as long as the hard pad. The hard pad will last longer but will not stop as well at cold temperatures, but will eventually out perform the soft pad under constant usage.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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