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Drive Shaft Safety Loop Universal Steel Drag Racing Cars New Mopar on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Naperville, Illinois, United States

Naperville, Illinois, United States
Condition:New Brand:summit Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:G7900

Brand:Summit Racing

Manufacturer's Part Number:SUM-G7900

Part Type:Driveshaft Safety Loops

Product Line:Summit Racing® Driveshaft Safety Loops

Summit Racing Part Number:SUM-G7900New never used

UPC:190861014343

Installation:Bolt-on

Driveshaft Safety Loop Style:Flat

Adjustable:Yes

Driveshaft Safety Loop Material:Steel

Driveshaft Safety Loop Finish:Black powdercoated

Quantity:Sold individually.

Notes:Inside width is 4.50 inches bolt head to bolt head. Loop height is adjustable from 8 inches to 10 inches.




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