Wilwood Disc Brakes Forged Front Hub Kit (Race) for 2001-2005 Mazda Miata

Wilwood Disc Brakes Forged Front Hub Kit (Race) for 2001-2005 Mazda Miata

ProHubs eliminate the one-piece, sealed ball hub bearing design. A uniquely designed spindle collar and lock-nut system incorporates separate and wider spaced inner and outer tapered roller bearings for added hub support and increased load carrying capacity. Bearing lubrication and maintenance is simplified and allows preload of the bearings. wilwood.com

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