Wilwood 140-15978-RD Electronic Rear Park Brake System, Red
Universal Fit, Powder Coated, Red
Wilwood’s Electronic Parking Brake kits provides a complete parking brake solution for 0.81" and 1.10" rotor width rear brake kits. The Black or Red powder coat external electronic parking brake provides superior static holding power and a simplified installation with the included controller, harness and switch assembly. Installation would require custom bracket assemblies to fit to most applications.
- Includes left and right electric brake calipers
- Red powder coat finish
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