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Chassis Weld Tabs for Suspension Install, 1/2 Inch Hole, Set of 8
Chassis Weld Tabs for Suspension Install, 1/2 Inch Hole, Set of 8

Chassis Weld Tabs for Suspension Install, 1/2 Inch Hole, Set of 8

Universal Fit, 0.25" Overall Thickness, 0.5" Hole Diameter, Steel, Natural

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Chassis Weld Tabs for Suspension Install, 1/2 Inch Hole, Set of 8
Chassis Weld Tabs for Suspension Install, 1/2 Inch Hole, Set of 8
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Overall Thickness:
0.25"
Hole Diameter:
0.5"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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These weld-on chassis tabs are great for installing radius rods and ladder bar suspension components.  They are 1/4" thick with a 1/2" mounting hole diameter.

  • Weld-on chassis tabs
  • 1/4" thick
  • 1/2" hole
  • Set of 8
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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