Wilwood 270-6735D Starlite Wide Five Racing Hub, Front
Aluminum, Natural, 5 x 10.25" Hub Bolt Circle 1, Direct Mount Type, 1.75" Stud Length
- Hub is based on the traditional eight-bolt drive flange design
- Constructed from high density aircraft aluminum
- Can be used with Superlite, Dynalite and Narrow Mount Dynalite series fixed mount calipers
- Features the wide 5 bolt pattern
- Stud length is 1.73" and have 5/8"-11 thread pitch
Starlite hubs remain as the oval track benchmark standard. Based on the traditional eight-bolt drive flange design, Starlite hubs demonstrate superior strength from perminant mold, high density aircraft aluminum. The close tolerance castings are precision machined to assure consistent fit, strength and durability. Over the years, this innovative hollow core design has been refined and is race proven. Wilwoods high volume, quality assured manufacturing capability has made it both racing tough and economical.
Starlite hubs are available in standard offset for use with Superlite, Dynalite and Narrow Mount Dynalite series fixed mount calipers. The GM offset is available for use with GM style floating mount calipers. A new offset configuration is also available to accommodate the thickness of dynamic rotor mounting plates. Fine threaded 5/8" studs are also an option on the Starlite series.
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