Wilwood 140-11810 Billet Dynalite Radial Mnt Midget Inboard Brake Kit
Rear Inboard Position, Splined Bolt Pattern, 10.50 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type, Gray
- The 4 piston calipers are nickel plated and have stainless steel pistons
- Hub is made from aluminum with a black anodized finish for added corrosion protection
- The lightweight rotors have high durability, long wear, and superior heat control properties
- Rotors have a 10.50" diameter and feature a drilled designed for superior head dissipation properties
- Features a fully engineered bolt-on brake system for sprint car quick change rears with 3.50 x 38 splined axles
Billet Narrow Dynalite Radial Midget Inboard Kit Features: A fully engineered bolt-on brake system for sprint car quick change rears with 3.50 x 38 splined axles.
- Lightweight rotors with high durability, long wear, and superior heat control properties
- Radial mount Dynalite nickel plated caliper with Composition Metallic pads, produce superior stopping power and consistent fade-free response
- Axle offset: 0
- Kit includes Axle Clamp with Dynamic Mount Rotor Adapter assembly with T-nuts and mounting hardware.
- Type: Narrow Dynalite Radial Mount
- Finish: Nickel Plated
- Piston Count: 4
- Piston Type: Stainless
- Pad Compound: CM - Composite Metallic
- Type: Super Alloy
- Style: Drilled
- Finish: Plain
- Material: Stainless
- Diameter: 10.50"
- Width: .780"
- Vane Count: 24 V
- Design Type: Alloy Scalloped
- Type: Dynamic
- Material: Aluminum
- Finish: Black Anodize
- Mount Style: Adapter-Dynamic
- Bolt Circle: Splined
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