DA4605 Defender 110 Rear Cross Drilled Brake Discs Pair
DA4605 Defender 110 Rear Cross Drilled Brake Discs Pair LAND ROVER Defender 110 TD5 1998-2006 & 2007 Models on
Slotted design to increase braking efficiency by reducing dust, debris, water & gas on the disc. To improve brake cooling, reduce weight and to offer an escape route for dirt and gasses these performance discs are drilled with rows of holes.
Excellent upgrade for your Land Rover to aid braking, especially under a heavy load.
Ideal for off-road use.
Manufactured to British Standard BS1452 Grade 220 and DIN1691 GG20.
Supplied in pairs.
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