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Howe 337

Howe D52 Brake Caliper 2.937" Piston

505-337

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$124.99
Howe D52 Brake Caliper 2.937" Piston $124.99
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D52 Brake Caliper
  • 2.937" Piston
  • With Howe Logo
  • Howe 337 Details

    Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    337

    Howe racing calipers are a direct replacement for GM D52 Calipers (front calipers 1968-'96 GM full-size rear wheel drive vehicles). The mounting bolt spacing is 7.0" and they are 2-3/16" wide inside the mounting bolts. Calipers come in two sizes for proper brake bias with 1" master cylinders. Use the calipers w/o a logo for applications where they are better off unnoticed. Calipers fit left or right hand side and use 1/8" NPT adapters and PTFE lined brake hoses. Howe brake products are made for racing on a closed course and are not intended for highway use.

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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