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Aluminum Angle Body Bracing, 120 Degree, Drilled, 26 Inch
Aluminum Angle Body Bracing, 120 Degree, Drilled, 26 Inch

Aluminum Angle Body Bracing, 120 Degree, Drilled, 26 Inch

Dirt Late Model, Hobby Stock, Legends, Modified, Pavement Late Model, Pony Stock, Stock Car

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Aluminum Angle Body Bracing, 120 Degree, Drilled, 26 Inch
Aluminum Angle Body Bracing, 120 Degree, Drilled, 26 Inch
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MFG. Part #:
91054028
Overall Width:
1.00"
Overall Length:
26.00"
Angle:
120 degree
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Natural
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Speedway Motors' offers drilled aluminum angle body bracing to help ease the installation of body panels on your race car. The heavy duty 8 GA (.1285") thick, 1" wide aluminum angle has a 120 degree bend to provides a solid mounting surface between body and chassis. Pre-drilled holes save you time and make attaching body panels a breeze. Works great for added spoiler support as well.

  • 8 GA (.1285") thick
  • 1" wide
  • 26" long
  • 120 deg. bend
  • Drilled

 

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