Garage Sale - Wilwood 160-5843 Ultralite HP 32 Vane Rotor, 12.19 Inch Diameter, .81 Inch Width
Universal Fit, Round Rotor Shape, 12.19 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type, Iron, Natural
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This rotor is garage sale priced because it is different than what we currently offer.
Ultra-Light ULHP-32 straight vane rotors provide an excellent balance of efficient cooling and lower rotating mass on hard braking dirt tracks or rear axle service on pavement cars. UL rotors are cast from premium grade, long grain carbon iron for long wear, high thermal stability, and resistance to distortion. ULHP-32 rotors offered the added performance and smoother operation of precision turned faces with less than .001" variation in flatness, parallelism, or run-out.
Wilwood # 160-5843
- Premium grade, medium weight castings.
- Suitable for moderate temperature racing to street use.
Weight: 8.9 Lbs
Bolt pattern: 8X7"
Rotor Mount Bolt Size: .326"
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