Wilwood 120-14851-RD AT6 Lug Mount Caliper, Left Hand, Red
Universal Fit, Six Caliper Pistons, 0.72" Rotor Thickness, Forged Aluminum, Powder Coated, Red
Wilwood’s AT6 forged aluminum racing caliper is designed, engineered, and purpose built to endure the rigors of off-road truck and buggy racing. The AT6 combines the latest technologies in manufacturing materials and processes in the most popular mounting configuration built “tough enough for Baja.” The caliper covers a wide range of racing classes in SCORE, BITD, Ultra-4, Pre-Runner, and all similar sanctions of desert and off-road competition, and is well suited for both short course and endurance length events. AT6 calipers feature high-strength, lightweight forged aluminum lug mount body with the popular 6.88” mount centers. MIL-Spec Type III hard anodizing is applied to all surfaces on all models for long wear and abrasion resistance. A massive bolt-in center bridge support adds stiffness and top-side pad access. Thermlock pistons are also available as an upgrade.
Six-piston, progressive differential bore configuration provides even pad wear through balanced loading. Stainless steel pistons reduce heat transfer and resist all corrosion. Internal seal-in-bore design provides controlled retraction without the issues common to external boots. Internal damper springs reduce deflection induced pad knock-back. Replaceable stainless steel, spring loaded bridge abutment plates. Uses large volume type 7516 pads. Also available with gloss red or black
- LH mount side
- Red Powerder Coat Finish
- 0.72" rotor width
- Aluminum construction
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