Wehrs Machine WM200-16L Dual Roller Bearing Brake Floater, Steel
Dual bearing design fits GM metric caliper. Upper rod is offset 1" back from center line and the holes are 5-1/2" and 6-1/2" up from center. This left rear double shear floater comes complete with clamp rings.
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