JOES 25410 Quarter Midget Brake Rotor, Scalloped
Scalloped Rotor Shape, Vented Rotor Type, Slotted Rotor Style, Steel, None Vane Count
JOES Quarter Midget Brake Rotors are made from 1018 steel. Cooling slots help dissipate heat and the scalloped shape saves weight without sacrificing braking.
- Scalloped shaped
- Steel construction
- Sold each
- 3/32" Thick
- 5" dia
- 4 on 1-3/4" bolt circle
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