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1980 320i 250mm Complete Rear Brakes


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Price: $100
Location: Little Rock


Hey all,

I'm doing the VW rear disc brake conversion. So I've removed all of the 320i rear brake hardware I used to run on my 02. I have both rear brake drums (they may need turning, not sure), brake cylinders (in good condition), backing plates, (brake shoes still look okay, but I'd replace them) and all related hardware, retaining clips, etc is all there.

I cleaned and sanded everything, and painted the backing plates and drums with a high temp ceramic coating. When installing, you may not even get your hands dirty.

I ran this 250mm larger brake setup on my 2002 for 7 years without any problems, but now I don't need all of this brake hardware. $100 dollars + shipping and it's all yours. Message me for a shipping quote. I only accept PayPal.



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