GP 310 Rear Disc Brake Caliper
Vehicle Applications Driving Enviroment Vehicle Sub-Types
Application Duty Motorcycle Heavy Duty Powersports ATV, Snowmobiles Medium Duty
Product Specifications Rotor Compatibility Rotor Width: 0.25'' Maximum Rotor Width: 0.25'' Minimum Rotor Width: 0.18'' Maximum Rotor Diameter: 11.5'' Minimum Rotor Diameter: 9.0'' Brake Pad Specifications Brake Pad Type 1: 6208 Brake Pad Type 2: N/A Brake Pad Type 3: N/A Total Pad Area (in/sq): 3.65'' Total Pad Volume (in/sq): 0.63'' Piston Specifications Piston 1 Bore: 1.25'' Piston 2 Bore: 1.25'' Piston 3 Bore: N/A Piston 4 Bore: N/A Total Piston Area (in/sq): 2.46'' Mounting Specifications Mount Type: Lug Mount Side: Right Hand, Standard 3.50'' Mount Spacing Mount Center: 3.50'' Mount Hole Size: 0.39'' Mount Height: 1.55''
Legendary Stopping Power,
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Wilwood's GP 310 motorcycle disc brake calipers have been designed and engineered for use on 1984-present Harley-Davidson® Motorcycles. Built around a 4-piston, high performance powerhouse, these billet aluminum calipers bring distinctive, bolt-on styling.
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