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Amick Associates Sprint Car King Pin Front Axle Restraint Tethers
Amick Associates Sprint Car King Pin Front Axle Restraint Tethers

Amick Associates Sprint Car King Pin Front Axle Restraint Tethers

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Amick Associates Sprint Car King Pin Front Axle Restraint Tethers
Amick Associates Sprint Car King Pin Front Axle Restraint Tethers
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When used with radius rod front axle tether 94010221 (choke style) or 94010222 (bolt-on style) this will meet the World of Outlaws and Knoxville front axle tether requirements. Order for correct axle length. Tether length should be at least 2" longer than the axle length as measured from center to center of kingpin bosses.

  • Meets SFI 55.1 specifications
  • Newest addition in Sprint Car racing safety components
  • 1 king pin tether required per car
  • Available in three sizes:
    • 53" center to center bushing recommended for 50-51" axle
    • 54" center to center bushing recommended for 51-52" axle
    • 55" center to center bushing recommended for 52-53" axle
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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