Garage Sale - Outlaw 2000 Brake Caliper, .38 Rotor1.38 Bore
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This item is garage sale priced because it is new, old stock. It is being sold as is pictured. No hardware or extras included. Please see photos above for further details.
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• Billet Aluminum housing design (Superior in strength to cast calipers).
• Four Bolt, multi-ribbed housing. (Increases rigidity and reduces deflection for improved pedal feel).
• Stainless steel pistons. (Retards heat transfer to brake fluid).
• Differential sized piston bores. (Eliminates excessive pad taper).
• High temperature, square cut piston seals. (Controls piston retraction for zero drag).
• Internal crossover brake fluid passage. (Eliminates potential crossover tube damage from debris).
• Standard 5.25" mounting pattern.
- For .38 Rotors only.
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