Competition Engineering C2005 Ladder Link, 33-1/2 Inch
Universal Fit, Steel, Black powdercoated
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Competition Engineering's Ladder Link Double Adjustable Ladder Bar is designed so that the user can adjust preload and pinion angle without removal of Part No. C2005. This is accomplished by adjusting the front rod end and/or rear rod ends of the Ladder Bar itself. Includes two unique one-piece brackets which get welded to the rear end housing, cutting down on installation time and errors.
- Comes with two Ladder Bars, NHRA Approved Safety Brackets and hardware
- Adjuster allows quick on-vehicle preload adjustments for changing track conditions
- Contains two one piece 3?16” steel mounting brackets make installation easier
- 33-1/2"" overall length
- 1” dia. x .156” wall DOM steel tube construction
- Black powder coat finish
- Rod ends, Front - Chrome Moly Spherical, Rear – Fully Machined Solid
- For use with 3"" O.D. Axle Tubes
- Welding required
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