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Crow SP-54 Axle Tether System, Kingpin to Kingpin
Crow SP-54 Axle Tether System, Kingpin to Kingpin

Crow SP-54 Axle Tether System, Kingpin to Kingpin

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Crow Enterprises has developed this Wing Chassis Sprint Car Tether System to securely keep the axle in place in the event of a crash. By wrapping the tether around the radius rod and bolting it to the kingpins, rest assured your axle will not be going anywhere. 

Kit Includes:

  • Works with 50" axles
  • (2) Tethers 54"
  • (2) Kingpin Stud Kits
  • Wing Sprint Car Tethers 54'' end-to-end
  • 27'' Radius Rod Tethers & Heim Kit

*Installation Notes-

  • Kingpin stud kit threads to the lower kingpin bolt.
  • Run tether on backside of axle, use zip-ties or electrical tape to fasten.
  • Wrap tether around radius rod.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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