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Product description

Size:1 Pair  |  Color:A

The brake pads have been designed and tested to restore their new performance. These pads are developed using a 100% post-curing process to ensure uniform friction performance throughout the life of the pad, and are designed to reduce noise-causing vibrations.
Position:Rear
Quantity: 1 pair
Dimension:108. 9 x 41. 3 x 7.6mm
Features:
- Used the materials to reduce the noise and vibration for that give the rider a comfortable journey.
- Provide exceptional stopping power with great durability under all riding condition(dirt,dust, water and debris).
- Produced by leading manufacturer, provide a safe stopping and the brake pads designed for the brake disk to
decrease the wear.
Fitment:
for California for Vintage 750 2006-2010
for California 1400 for Custom 2013-2015
for California 1400 for Touring 2013-2015

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