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Biscuit Bar Replacement Rubber Bushings, Black
Biscuit Bar Replacement Rubber Bushings

Biscuit Bar Replacement Rubber Bushings, Black

1.5" Diameter Small End, .75" Inside Diameter, Rubber

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MFG. Part #:
91045515-BLK
Diameter Big End:
2.1"
Diameter Small End:
1.5"
Overall Height:
1.10"
Inside Diameter:
.75"
Material Type:
Rubber
Color:
Black
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Each
Notes:
Hard/black biscuit bar rubber has a durometer of 88.

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Replacement rubber bushings are available in multiple durometer ratings. Two rubber bushings needed per bar.

  • Blue = Soft 
  • Red = Medium
  • Black = Hard

IMCA Approved.

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

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