Top Brake Bracket - 3.25 Inch Spindle, 10 Inch Diameter
3.25" Centerline of Holes, 3.25" Centerline of Holes (Alternate), 3/8"-24 Thread Pitch, Natural
These top mount brake brackets are machined of aluminum for minimum weight. All brake mounts are designed to bolt on perfectly centered with no spacers.
- Top mount
- Caliper bolt spacing: 3.25"
- 2-piston calipers
- Spindle bolt center: 3.25"
- Rotor diameter: 10"
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