Wilwood 140-12958 DPS-LW Left Front Midget Brake Kit, 10.20 Inch Rotor
Front Position, 10.20 Inch Rotor Diameter, Solid Rotor Type, Two Caliper Pistons, Nickel
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The Dynapro Single Left Front Sprint & Midget kits are a further evolution of a proven design from Wilwood’s 35+ years of engineering and producing the best open wheel braking systems. Dynapro single calipers have full 2.40 square inches of area for increased clamping force. Kits come complete with caliper, brake pads, caliper mounting brackets, caliper mount bolt kit, rotor and rotor mounting hardware.
- Nickle plated dynalite single caliper
- 10.2" drilled aluminum front rotor
- Complete with brake pads, brackets, and bolts
- Type: Dynapro Single
- Finish: Nickel Plated
- Piston Count: 2
- Piston Type: Stainless
- Mount Type: Lug
- Pad Compound: Polymatrix Q
- Type: Aluminum
- Style: Drilled
- Finish: Black Electro Coat
- Material: Aluminum
- Diameter: 10.20"
- Width: .310"
- Vane Count: Solid
- Design Type: Aluminum
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