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New Aluminum Access Panel Kit 6"x14" on

US $34.99

Coshocton, Ohio, United States

Coshocton, Ohio, United States
Condition:New Brand:Pro Tek Surface Finish:natural aluminum Manufacturer Part Number:PTK-3614 Warranty:No

 For sale is a NEW 6"x14" aluminum access panel designed for racing applications. This kit includes all mounting hardware, a hinge, and Dzus fasteners for closure. Although it is designed for racing applications, this kit may be fabricated onto almost anything.

Just like many, many racing parts, this item carries no warranty, sorry. Thank you for looking!!

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