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Longacre Computer Scales on 2040-parts.com

US $825.00
Location:

Williamstown, Pennsylvania, United States

Williamstown, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used

Used Longacre Computer Scales. Serial Number 026789.  Each pad is 15'x15' square and 4' thick. Each pad has a weight limit of 1400lbs. with a 4 pad combined total weight of 5600lbs. Heavy duty red cables with billet AN connectors. Push button for all 4 wheel weights and push a second button for all partial %. This set was well maintained, the photos show that. The set of scales would be an excellent set for someone just entering the circle track racing arena. I am out of racing and I am selling all of my equipment and tooling. Scales are for Sale AS IS and sale will be final. Any questions concerning this item, please message me with any and all of your questions. Thank You

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