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1932 Ford Rear Spreader Bar Spacer Shims, 1/8 Inch
1932 Ford Rear Spreader Bar Spacer Shims, 1/8 Inch

1932 Ford Rear Spreader Bar Spacer Shims, 1/8 Inch

1932 Ford Model B, 4.17" Overall Length, 2.41" Overall Width, 2.93" Centerline of Holes, Steel

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1932 Ford Rear Spreader Bar Spacer Shims, 1/8 Inch
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1932 Ford Rear Spreader Bar Spacer Shims, 1/8 Inch
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Overall Length:
4.17"
Overall Width:
2.41"
Centerline of Holes:
2.93"
Material Thickness:
.13"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Pair
MFG. Part #:
91657028

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These 1/8" thick spacers allow you to shim your rear spreader bar to propery fit between your aftermarket 1932 Ford rear frame horns. Steel cross bar shims are sold as a pair.

Note: Spacers are already on an original frame. If you have an aftermarket frame, you will need this spacer kit.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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