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Classic Mini Alloy 4-pot Caliper Vented Disc Brake Conversion Kit

Classic Mini Alloy 4-pot Caliper Vented Disc Brake Conversion Kit

Classic Mini Alloy 4-pot Caliper Vented Disc Brake Conversion Kit
Part No: C-AJJ4029
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Fits the following:
Classic Mini
Alloy Vented Brake conversion kit.

Only for use on existing caliper type hubs as used on Cooper S, 1275GT and all Minis from 1984 on. Requires 12" or 13" wheels to fit. The calipers are the alloy 4-pot type as opposed to the cast factory type calipers. Also see kit C-AJJ4029A for the full kit including front disc brake hubs, roller wheel bearings and driveshaft cv joints when changing from early Mini drum brakes.
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