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Competition Engineering C7025 2 Degree Wedge Plates
Competition Engineering C7025 2 Degree Wedge Plates

Competition Engineering C7025 2 Degree Wedge Plates

Universal Fit, Aluminum, 5.0625" Overall Length, 2" Overall Width, 0.538" Pin Diameter

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MFG. Part #:
C7025
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Material Type:
Aluminum
Overall Length:
5.0625"
Overall Width:
2"
Pin Diameter:
0.538"

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  • Used to adjust pinion angle or change traction bar angle on leaf spring equipped cars and trucks
  • Allows pinion angle change in 2° increments
  • Made from 6063-T5 aluminum, they won’t crack like cast zinc
  • Interlocking ribs allow plates to be stacked without sliding and eliminate unwanted pinion angle change
  • 2" wide
  • Two per package

Specs

2” wide

5-1/16” long

0.538” ID hole

 

.300” thick on the thick end

.200” thick in the center

.120” thick on the thin end

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

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