Hawk HB237W.480 DTC-30 Brake Pads, .480 Inch Thick, Wilwood BB
DTC-30 Brake Pad Compound, 3.96" Overall Width, 2.44" Overall Height, 0.48" Overall Thickness
DTC-30 Brake pads are designed specifically for Dirt Circle Track applications. Uniquely controllable torque with smooth consistent feel and bite. Superior release and torque control characteristics.
- 100-1200°F; 38-649°C
- Wide Temp Range
- Controllable Torque
- Smooth Feel and Bite
- Excellent Release Characteristics
- Multi-Purpose Gravel Rally
- Excellent Rotor Wear
Learn how to properly Bed-In your brake pads by reading our tech article. Bedding-In Brake Pad Procedure.
Item Details0.480" Thick
Fits Wilwood BB
- NASCAR Modified
- Drag Racing
- Circle Track
- Sprint Cars
- Dirt Circle Track
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