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Nascar Exhaust Boom Tube 5.25" X 2.5" Oval Inlet 7.5" X 2" Dual Outlet 16' Width on 2040-parts.com

US $324.95
Location:

Cleveland, Tennessee, United States

Cleveland, Tennessee, United States
Excellent
Brand:NASCAR Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:0000 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Surface Finish:unfinished metal

NASCAR Boom Tubes. 5.25" x 2.5" I.D. oval inlet with dual 7.5" x 2"  outlet's. The total width of the (2) outlets together is 16". This is a really good quality boom tube that join together to form a X inside that is open to improve the scavenging. This is a very heavy set of boom tubes. They are 1/8" thick and extremely sturdy. They would work good on that rat rod or street car if you was concerned about ground clearance I believe these could take a good scraping from the pavement and not damage them, they are that sturdy. They weigh approximately 61 lbs (shipping weight will be more). They are built with very high quality craftsmanship with some of the best TIG welding I have seen.

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