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Indycar Metalore Titanium Pit Socket Vaned Race Used Indy 500 Dallara Lola on 2040-parts.com

US $299.00
Location:

Cross Plains, Indiana, United States

Cross Plains, Indiana, United States
Indycar Metalore Titanium Pit Socket Vaned Race Used Indy 500 Dallara Lola, US $299.00, image 1
Condition:Used

Indycar Metalore Titanium Pit Socket Vaned Race Used . This is the high end titanium vaned socket, Metalore part number101337-2. This socket fits the 1 inch air guns. New price is 1500.00, save a thousand plus dollars, race used good condition. Buyer pays 9.95 shipping.


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