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Garage Sale - 1962-1974 Mopar Brake Calipers
Garage Sale - 1962-1974 Mopar Brake Calipers

Garage Sale - 1962-1974 Mopar Brake Calipers

Universal Fit, Single Caliper Pistons, 2.75" Piston Diameter, Steel, Natural, Gray

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Garage Sale - 1962-1974 Mopar Brake Calipers
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Caliper Pistons:
Single
Piston Diameter:
2.75"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
91031041
Color:
Gray
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Notes:
Includes pads.

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These are garage sale priced because they were installed and returned.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items    

 

Cast iron, single piston brake calipers include brake pads. Sold as a pair.

Fits:

    B-Body
    • 1969-74 Charger
    • 1969 Daytona
    • 1969-74 Coronet
    • 1969-71 Super Bee
    • 1969-70 Belvedere
    • 1969-71 GTX
    • 1969-74 Satellite
    • 1969-74 Road Runner
    • 1970 Superbird
    E-Body
    • 1970-74 Barracuda
    • 1970-74 Challenger
    • 1970-74 'Cuda
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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