Speedway Granada 10-1/2 Inch Brake Caliper Bracket, RH
5.50" Centerline of Holes, 7/16"-14 Thread Pitch, .23" Material Thickness, Steel, Zinc Plated
These brackets are used to mount a GM "metric" calipers to 1974-1980 Pinto/Mustang II spindles for use with what is basically a "Granada" 10-1/2" brake rotor. Steel, bolt-on design mounts the caliper on the rear side of the right front wheel.
NotesMounts a GM metric caliper to a Pinto/Mustang II spindle for use with a Granada 10.5" rotor. Includes caliper pins.
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