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Wilwood 340-4990 Remote Brake Bias Adjuster Cable
Wilwood 340-4990 Remote Brake Bias Adjuster Cable

Wilwood 340-4990 Remote Brake Bias Adjuster Cable

Universal Fit, 1.50" x 1.50" Bolt Hole Pattern

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Wilwood 340-4990 Remote Brake Bias Adjuster Cable
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Wilwood 340-4990 Remote Brake Bias Adjuster Cable
Wilwood 340-4990 Remote Brake Bias Adjuster Cable
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Wilwood 340-4990 Remote Brake Bias Adjuster Cable
Wilwood 340-4990 Remote Brake Bias Adjuster Cable
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  • Bolt hole pattern measures 1.50" x 1.50"
  • Kit includes clips, cable, and knob
  • Bi-directional detente control provides the driver with positive adjustment feedback
  • Cable measures 5' in length but can be shortened accordingly
  • Designed to work with Wilwood aluminum brake pedal assemblies

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Bolt Hole Pattern:
1.50" x 1.50"
MFG. Part #:
340-4990
GTIN Code:
889545028591
Notes:
Includes clips, cable, and knob.

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Highly visible bright blue knob has a special bi-directional detente control which provides the driver with positive adjustment feedback.  5' long, may be shortened. For use with Wilwood aluminum brake pedal assemblies.

 Brake Pedal And Balance Bar Instruction Guide (PDF)

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