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Howe 33702

Howe Double Piston Caliper 1.25" Rotor

505-33702

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$89.99
Howe Double Piston Caliper 1.25" Rotor $89.99
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Double Piston Caliper
  • 1.25" Rotor
  • 1.875" Piston
  • Howe 33702 Details

    Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    33702

    The Howe dual piston calipers are designed to provide maximum braking in a GM mount caliper. The 2 piston design applies even pressure to the full pad reducing uneven pad wear. GM calipers use a much larger pad than the Superlite style calipers, providing a greater friction area. These calipers meet or exceed the clamping pressure of any short track caliper. For higher heat applications it is recommended to use a steel outer half to reduce high temperature flexing that occurs in all aluminum calipers.

    Designed for racing purposes, 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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