Quickcar Pull Bar 4 Bushing Biscuit Torque Link Imca Usmts Ump Absorber Rubber on 2040-parts.com
Lincoln, Arkansas, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:QRP 66-499
UPC:Does Not Apply
Every QuickCar torque absorber is grease-able and features an internal bronze bushing to reduce bind. This torque absorber allows many different bushing combinations to achieve the perfect progressive rate for every situation/driver.
- QuickCar Long Torque Absorber
- Includes 4 red interior bushings
- Includes 1 red exterior braking bushing
- Part# QRP66-499
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