OTB Gear 6106 Finned 1939-48 Ford Drum Brake Scoop, Plain
39-48 Ford, 3.50" Overall Width, 4.50" Overall Height, 2.00" Depth, .15" Material Thickness
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Beautifully cast aluminum, finned brake scoops. Originally designed for '39 to '48 Ford backing plates - but flexible enough for other applications. These functional pieces of art provide cool air to your brakes and a cool appearance to your car.
You can add a contrasting paint color to the deep textured grooves as shown. You can use 2 per wheel for an even more dramatic and functional look. Installation requires drilling and tapping to your backing plates. These are sold in pairs, one left, one right. The scoops are drilled and tapped for 1/4-20 screws. We provide a drilling template for your backing plates. Made in USA.
- Designed for original '39-'48 Ford backing plates
- Can be modified to fit many applications
- 4-1/2" high x 3-1/2" wide x 2" deep
- Drilled and tapped for 1/4 - 20 screws
- Template provided
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