Speedway Stamped Steel Disc Brake Rotor Hat, 3 Inch Offset
Universal Fit, 3.00" Offset, 7.60" Outside Diameter, 3.05" Inside Diameter, Steel, Painted
- Spun steel hat with 5 on 4-1/2", 5 on 4-3/4", and 5 on 5" bolt circle patterns
- Rotor bolt pattern is 8 on 7" bolt circle, with 1/2" ID holes
- 3.00" hat offset with 3.06" diameter of center hole
- Weighs just 2 lbs. with 5.83" I.D. clearance
Stamped steel hat with all three bolt patterns: 5 on 4-1/2", 5 on 4-3/4", and 5 on 5" bolt circle patterns. Weighs just 2 lbs. and is IMCA approved.
- Rotor Bolt Circle: 7" x 8 holes
- 3.00" offset
- 3.05" diameter center hole
- 5.83" I.D. clearance
- Stud Hole Diameter: 1/2"
- Rotor Mount Bolt Hole: .325"
Note: Failure to follow the installtion instructions will result in damage to the brake hat and will result in excess run out of the rotor.
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