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    Hi Adam, thank you for the inquiry. I bought them new for my '65 mustang, which has never run since I've owned it. I bought it as a roller and have been building it slowly for several years now. The brackets definitely were not in an accident. What happened is when I pressed the wheel bearings on, the brackets were on the wrong axle. I tried to press the bearings off to swap which axles the brackets were on and the press support brackets nicked the disc brake brackets. I brought the axles with the brackets to a machine shop to press off and they also put the disc brake brackets in a press to make sure they are perfectly flat after they removed them. By this time though I had already acquired a second set of everything and installed it, leaving me with an extra set. It does include the centering rings and other hardware I forgot to include in the pictures. I can email or text you more pics if you're interested. Shoot me an offer.
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