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Lokar SG-6008 Steel Brake Pad w/Rubber, Chromed
Lokar SG-6008 Steel Brake Pad w/Rubber, Chromed

Lokar SG-6008 Steel Brake Pad w/Rubber, Chromed

Universal Fit, 3.33" Overall Length, 1.83" Overall Height, 1.00" Thread Length, Steel, Chrome

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Lokar SG-6008 Steel Brake Pad w/Rubber, Chromed
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MFG. Part #:
SG-6008
Overall Length:
3.33"
Overall Height:
1.83"
Thread Length:
1.00"
Thread Pitch:
1/2"-20
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Chrome
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GTIN Code:
815470004928

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Lokar's Steel Throttle Pedals are the first spring-loaded steel pedal in the industry and designed after OEM pedals. Removable lower arm is splined for versatility in mounting to the right or left of the mounting bracket.
  • Lokar offers these steel assemblies in both our standard pad size and our larger, XL pad.
  • The XL pad is EXTRA  LARGE for those seeking more substance under foot.
  • Matching Steel Brake Pads mount with a 1/2 - 20 stud built into the back of the pad.
  • Matching Dimmer Switch Cover fits both Chevy and Ford.
  • Available in chromed finish
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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