Brake Pads Part BA2213

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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Brake Pads Part BA2213

Brake Pads Part BA2213

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.

EBC Brand - Brake Pads

Please note: It takes 10 - 15 days of handling time for this product.


Part No:BA2213
Supersedes:SFP500140K
Brand:EBC
Product Type:Brake Pads & Shoes
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.

Quantity:1
Weight:2lb 1oz
Warranty:We provide 1 year of warranty for this part.
Vehicles:Discovery,
Range Rover,
Models:Discovery 3 L319,
Discovery 4 L319,
Range Rover L322,
Range Rover Sport,
Applicable:Discovery 3 L319,
Discovery 4 L319,
Range Rover L322,
Range Rover Sport L3,
Fitment:All models with 3.6L V8 diesel engine,
5.0L SGDI NA V8 petrol engine from (VIN) AA000001 on,
All models up to (VIN) 9A999999,
3.6L V8 diesel engine from (VIN) BA333986 on,
5.0L SGDI NA V8 petrol engine from (VIN) BA333986 on,
All models from (VIN) 6A000001 to 9A999999,
All models,
All models with 2.7L Lion V6 diesel engine,
All models with 3.0L Lion V6 diesel engine,
All models with 4.0L Cologne V6 petrol engine,
All models with 5.0L NA V8 petrol engine,

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Brake Pads Part BA2213

Brake Pads Part BA2213

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.