3.5 Inch Oval Exhaust Tubing, 3 Foot Straight Aluminized on 2040-parts.com
Round Lake, Illinois, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:RAM AIR
Country of Manufacture:United States
Surface Finish:Aluminized coating
3.5 inch ALUMINIZED oval tube, straight lengths for better clearance. U.S.-made aluminized tubing gives excellent corrosive protection. Easy to weld and fab with. Standard 3.5 inch oval profile 2.3" X 4.5"
Ships in lower 48 states for $14.00.
We have a wide variety of oval bends, transitions, and tubing!
For fitment questions... Ram Air Restoration (800) 421-8455
For international shipping, please inquire.
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