Sprint Car Left Rear Brake Kit with Titanium Rotor
Rear Position, Splined Bolt Pattern, 10 Inch Rotor Diameter, Solid Rotor Type, Anodized, Red
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10" floating titanium rotor and mount, 4 piston caliper series 240. Left rear bracket for Eagle or Maxim double bearing birdcages. 2 pads.
Tech Tip: Take the right rear brake off and put it on the left rear. It works like a tie-down shock.
All Ultra-Lite brake rotors are ceramic coated and must be bedded-in correctly. Only use full metallic brake pads!
Includes rotor, rotor spacer, caliper, caliper bracket, pads, and bolts.
Splined inboard brake hub not included
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What's In The Kit
Ultra Lite Brakes 140-2433R UltraLite 4 Piston Rear Brake CaliperPart # 94031029Qty x 1
Ultra Lite TF-250-1000-655 Titanium Ceramic Coated Floating RotorPart # 94031019Qty x 1
Ultra Lite Brakes UL 300 240 Series Full Metallic Brake PadPart # 94031010Qty x 2
Ultra Lite Brakes 930-0088 Left Rear Aluminum Caliper BracketPart # 94031009Qty x 1
Rear Brake Rotor SpacerPart # 94035044Qty x 1
Ultra Lite Brakes 170-0300 240/250 Series Heat ShieldPart # 94031039Qty x 2
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