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Rear Brake Pad Set Suitable for Range Rover L322 Vehicles

Product code: SFP00012
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GB
In Stock
BA 2219
BA 2219A
SFP000120L
DP41118R

£21.98 Inc Tax

£18.32 Exc Tax

£18.32 Exc Tax

Supersessions: SFP500210, SFP000120

Technical Details

Weight
1.14kg
Length
0.16m
Width
0.09m
Height
0.09m

This product is suitable for

Range Rover L322 (2002 - 2012)

Fitting Position
Rear

Range Rover L322 (2002 - 2012)

Fitting Position
Rear

Range Rover L322 (2002 - 2012)

Fitting Position
Rear

Range Rover L322 (2002 - 2012)

Fitting Position
Rear

Range Rover L322 (2002 - 2012)

Fitting Position
Rear

Range Rover L322 (2002 - 2012)

Fitting Position
Rear

Range Rover L322 (2002 - 2012)

Fitting Position
Rear

Range Rover L322 (2002 - 2012)

Fitting Position
Rear

Range Rover L322 (2002 - 2012)

Fitting Position
Rear

Description

A disc break system is comprised of brake pads, a break caliper and a brake disc. Upon pressing the brake pedal, brake fluid flows to the caliper under pressure from the master cylinder, pressing the pads against the disc.

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