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Throttle Carburator Linkage 21" Gas Pedal Linkage Hot Rod Rat Imca Modified Sand on

US $29.99

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States
Throttle Carburator Linkage 21" Gas Pedal Linkage Hot Rod Rat IMCA Modified Sand, US $29.99, image 1
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:520-021 Product Type:Auto Racing Parts Part Brand:Bryke Racing Parts Brand:Bryke Racing Auto Racing Part Type:Carburator UPC:Does Not Apply

  • Throttle Linkage
  • Steel rods can be shortened and/or bent to fit your application.
  • Quickly disconnects from carburetor and gas pedal.
  • Zinc plated.
  • 21" length
  • Bryke Part# 520-021

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