Garage Sale - 1969-72 GM Midsize 11 Inch Rotor, 5 On 4-3/4 Inch
- This product is discontinued.
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- This item UP26311 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
We stock those hard-to-find replacement brake rotors for your 1969-1972 GM midsize car.
This rotor is garage sale priced because it has been installed and returned.
NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS
This rotor is original equipment on:
- 1969-1972 Chevelle, Monte Carlo
- 1969-1974 Nova
- 1970-1972 Cutlass, 442
- 1969-1972 GTO, LeMans, Grand Prix
- 1971-1974 Pontiac Ventura
To use these rotors on any of these cars, you will want to order:
- Outer bearing cone 912-TLM11949
- Inner bearing assembly 912-TS6
- The outer bearing cup in the rotor is the correct one for the application. When it needs to be replaced, use 912-TLM11910
- You can purchase the correct inner grease seal for these original applications at your local auto parts store
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