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Butlerbuilt Torque Tube Pad
Butlerbuilt Torque Tube Pad

Butlerbuilt Torque Tube Pad

Midget, Sprint Car, 8.625" Overall Length, 0.875" Overall Thickness, 5.00" Outside Diameter

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MFG. Part #:
BBP-4813
Overall Length:
8.625"
Overall Thickness:
0.875"
Outside Diameter:
5.00"
Inside Diameter:
3.25"
Material Type:
Foam
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Notes:
These use a buckle system for closure.

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Protect your ankles in violent crashes by wrapping your torque tube with this flame retardant pad.  Installs and removes in seconds and is intended to work with existing torque blankets and scatter guards.

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

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