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Howe Racing Enterprises 3370 Lightweight 1969-1977 GM Steel Calip
Howe Racing Enterprises 3370 Lightweight 1969-1977 GM Steel Calip


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This is garage sale priced because it is not in new condition.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items    


Lightweight steel alternative to stock GM 1969-77 style caliper. Direct replacement. Weighs just 7 lbs with a 2.812" diameter piston. Not IMCA approved. No logo cast in caliper. Inlet is 1/8" NPT female.

Designed to be used with 1.25" rotors. Use 91041905 brake pad spacer with narrower rotors.


Note:  Will not work with stock style caliper bolts, must use 835-2300542 or a similar style bolt.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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