Wilwood Disc Brakes New Forged Billet D154 Replacement Caliper for 1968– present GM Vehicles

Wilwood Disc Brakes is pleased to announce the new D154 direct bolt-on replacement caliper for most 1968 – present GM muscle cars and passenger vehicles.

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Save weight and gain reliability with the new D154 calipers from Wilwood Disc Brakes.

Camarillo, CA (PRWEB) August 16, 2012

Wilwood Disc Brakes is pleased to announce the new D154 direct bolt-on replacement caliper for most 1968 – present GM muscle cars and passenger vehicles that were originally equipped with iron single piston D154 pad type calipers. The calipers are specifically designed to mount in the stock location, with stock size rotors, using regular Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) type or aftermarket compound replacement pads, and fitment anywhere the OEM calipers were used.

The D154 caliper represents the latest refinements in modern caliper design and manufacturing including forged aluminum body, stainless steel pistons for their slow heat transfer properties and high corrosion resistance; high temperature seals for controlled piston retraction, which improves driver feel. The caliper comes in a single piston 2.50” diameter as well as two 2-piston configurations, 1.62/1.62” and 1.12/1.12” for vehicles that have been converted to four wheel discs. Both caliper configurations have the same muscular exterior design, giving them that big-brake multi-piston look.

The Wilwood D154 Replacement Calipers are available in black or red powder coat which compliments wheel, tire and rotor upgrades, on all types of customized vehicles. Save weight and gain reliability with the new D154 calipers from Wilwood Disc Brakes.

For more information contact: Wilwood Disc Brakes at (805) 388-1188 and request to speak with Erika Gordillo for marketing issues, or Andy Fritts for technical questions. Also, Wilwood’s website is accessible or e-mail. For a high resolution brake kit assembly photo for printing, please click here.