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Wehrs Machine WM200C Left Rear Brake Combo Birdcage w/Clamp Ring
Wehrs Machine WM200C Left Rear Brake Combo Birdcage w/Clamp Ring

Wehrs Machine WM200C Left Rear Brake Combo Birdcage w/Clamp Ring

Black, Steel, Powder Coated, 18.00 lbs. Weight

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Wehrs Machine WM200C Left Rear Brake Combo Birdcage w/Clamp Ring
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Color:
Black
Hardware Included:
No
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Powder Coated
MFG. Part #:
WM200C
Weight:
18.00 lbs.
Notes:
No Shock Mounts
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This steel Left Rear Brake Combo Birdcage split design allows you to change plates if you need to without removing the hub, brake, and cage. It comes with clamp ring and all hardware.

  • Left Rear Brake Combo
  • Steel bearing
  • No shock mounts
  • Comes with clamp rings and hardware
  • IMCA racing approved
  • Sold Individually

 

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