10 ft Roll of Airdam/Body Extension Plastic, White
Universal Fit, 22.00" Overall Height, 10 ft. Overall Length, Plastic, .11" Material Thickness
- These rolled up sheets of 1/8" thick high density polyethylene plastic work great for a variety of applications
- Commonly used for air dams, body extensions, wheel wells, interior panels, etc
- 22" wide roll is 10 feet long and 1/8" material thickness
- Can be easily cut with tin snips or a razor knife
- Choose from red, white, Pepsi (light) blue, Chevron (dark) blue, yellow, or black
These rolled up sheets of high density polyethylene plastic are useful for air dams, body extensions, wheel wells, interior panels, etc. Designed for dirt track racing, so it will stand up to heavy abuse on a variety of applications. The plastic is 1/8" thick, 22" wide, and 10 ft. long.
Available in red, white, Pepsi (light) blue, Chevron (dark) blue, yellow, or black. See link for color options.
Color Options (Link)
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