Speedway 1978-88 GM Metric Brake Pad Spacer
2.38" Diameter Big End, 2.05" Diameter Small End, 1.88" Inside Diameter, Steel, Zinc Plated
Use Speedway brake pad spacers with .810" rotors and stock-style 1978-1988 GM calipers. Spaces brake pad out .242" from caliper piston.
Note: Spacer has an o/d of 2.05" and as such is specific to a piston with an inside diameter to match the 2.05" spec. Please check caliper piston application and dimensions when purchasing.
Item Details1978-1988 calipers
NotesDue to a variation between aftermarket caliper manufacturers, this pad spacer may require slight modification to the O.D. of the piston side of the spacer.
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