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Wilwood 150-14354 Full Metallic Brake Pad, Coated
Wilwood 150-14354 Full Metallic Brake Pad, Coated

Wilwood 150-14354 Full Metallic Brake Pad, Coated

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Wilwood 150-14354 Full Metallic Brake Pad, Coated
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Wilwood 150-14354 Full Metallic Brake Pad, Coated
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Wilwood 150-14354 Full Metallic Brake Pad, Coated
Wilwood 150-14354 Full Metallic Brake Pad, Coated
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  • Measures .450" thick and a total of 1.97" long
  • Engineered to have a low to moderate wear rate
  • Designed to be used only on coated rotors
  • They have a medium friction and a low to medium temperature range

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Brake Pad Compound:
CM
Overall Width:
1.98"
Overall Height:
2.32"
Overall Thickness:
0.50"
Bedded:
No
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Sold individually.
MFG. Part #:
150-14354
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Each

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For Ultra Lite single piston floating caliper, Outlaw 1000 and Wilwood Dynalite Single.

  • .450" thick, 1.97" long, 589 A Compound
  • Medium friction, low to medium temperarture range.                       
  • Good cold torque response.
  • Low to moderate wear rate

Tech Tip:  Only use full metallic pads on coated rotors.

Compound Data Sheet (PDF)

Brake Pad Brand Guide (Link)

Learn how to properly Bed-In your brake pads by reading our tech article.  Bedding-In Brake Pad Procedure.

Item Details

Full Metallic
Wilwood # 150-9756

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