Weld-On 1969-77 GM Flat Mount Caliper Bracket
Universal Fit, 7.00" Centerline of Holes, 3.00" Tube O.D., 7/16"-20 Thread Pitch, Steel
These caliper brackets mount flat and must be welded onto your 3" diameter axle tube. Designed to mount a 1969-1977 GM mid-size car front caliper for use with an 11.75" diameter rotor. Brackets are 5/16" thick.
- Works with 11.75" rotor
- Designed for 3" axle tube
- Distance between the caliper mounting bolt holes is 7.05"
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