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EMi Stallard® Micro Sprint Brake Carrier/Bearing, SST Chassis
EMi Stallard® Micro Sprint Brake Carrier/Bearing, SST Chassis

EMi Stallard® Micro Sprint Brake Carrier/Bearing, SST Chassis

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EMi Stallard® Micro Sprint Brake Carrier/Bearing, SST Chassis
EMi Stallard® Micro Sprint Brake Carrier/Bearing, SST Chassis
EMi Stallard® Micro Sprint Brake Carrier/Bearing, SST Chassis
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EMi Stallard® Micro Sprint Brake Carrier/Bearing, SST Chassis
EMi Stallard® Micro Sprint Brake Carrier/Bearing, SST Chassis
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This StallardĀ® Chassis micro sprint brake caliper carrier includes a single upper brake control rod ear. It is engineered for strength as well as maintaining a light weight profile. Its bearing with an insert design gives it the ability for smooth and strong braking power. The anodized finish complements any car. Fits StallardĀ® SST chassis.

  • Aluminum construction
  • Anodized finish
  • Fits StallardĀ® SST
  • Complete with assembly hardware
  • Sold individually

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