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Ford F-150 11.75 Inch Brake Rotor
Ford F-150 11.75 Inch Brake Rotor

BRAKE ROTOR 11.75 5x5.5"BC

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BRAKE ROTOR 11.75 5x5.5"BC
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This is garage sale priced because it was installed and damaged.

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5 x 5-1/2". This rotor was originally used on front of most Ford F-150 two wheel drive trucks from 1973 to approximately 1993. 11.75" diameter. 


Originally used on front of most Ford F-150 2WD from '73 to approx. '93 (Aimco 5456, Bendix 141067). Accepts grease cap Motormite/Help # 13973 or Dorman # 616-503.

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