DMI SRC-2700 Front Alum. Drilled Brake Rotor - 10.125 x .312 Inch
Front Position, Round Rotor Shape, 10.13 Inch Rotor Diameter, Solid Rotor Type, Aluminum
- Rotors are machined from a solid piece of billet aluminum for excellent balance, flatness, and true rotation
- Rugged construction resists thermal distortion
- Black anodized finish prevents corrosion
- Designed to fit popular 3 x 5" Sprint & Midget front hubs
- Diameter measures 10.13" and is .31" thick
DMI Aluminum Sprint Brake Rotors are machined from billet plate for excellent balance, flatness, and true rotation. Rugged construction resists thermal distortion while the black anodized finish prevents corrosion. Fits popular 3 x 5" Sprint & Midget front hubs.
Works best with Speedway 156 pads or Wilwood PolyMatrix Q pads.
0.312 x 10.125
3 x 5" B.C.
Note: Unsafe for street use & unsuitable for most forms of racing except dirt Sprints & Midgets.
- Solid aluminum
- Front mounted
- Thickness: 0.312"
- O.D.: 10.125"
- Bolt Circle: 3 x 5"
- Threads: Thru
- Weight: 1.6 lbs
- Face: drilled
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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