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BSB Manufacturing 7600 Outlaw Bearing Pull Bar
BSB Manufacturing 7600 Outlaw Bearing Pull Bar

BSB Manufacturing 7600 Outlaw Bearing Pull Bar

28.25" Extended Length, Black

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  • Pull bar uses 5" springs
  • 28-1/4" extended length
  • Body length is 9 7/8"
  • Eye to eye length is 22 1/4"

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MFG. Part #:
7600
Extended Length:
28.25"
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Each
Color:
Black

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The outlaw bearing pull bar uses 5" springs. Body length is 9 7/8",  min. eye to eye length is 22 1/4",  fully extended eye to eye length is 28 1/4".

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NOTE: Uses 5" Springs

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