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#2 Extra Heavy Duty Round Blades Ideal Tire Groover Blade 12pk. Go Kart Dirt on 2040-parts.com

US $12.99
Location:

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States
Condition:New Brand:Bryke Racing Product Type:Groover Blades Manufacturer Part Number:902-202EHD Part Brand:Ideal Surface Finish:Number 2 Width:3/32" (.091) Auto Racing Part Type:Grooving Blades UPC:Does Not Apply

  • Tire Grooving Blade
  • Extra Heavy Duty - Round Blade
  • #2 - 3/32" (.091) 
  • Fits Ideal Heated Knife
  • Includes 12 blades
  • Brand New & Unused
  • Bryke Racing Part# 902-202EHD


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