Delrin Torsion Bar Plastic Bushing, .120 Inch
1.22" Overall Length, 1.13" Inside Diameter, 1.27" Outside Diameter, 1.50" Flange Diameter
These Delrin plastic torsion bar bushings from M&W Aluminum Products are designed to fit a 1-1/8" torsion bar with a .120" wall. These bushings have an overall length of 1.37" and are sold individually.
- Overall Length: 1.37"
- Inside Diameter: 1.145"
- Outside Diameter: 1.335"
- Flange Diameter: 1.50"
- Flange Thickness: .125"
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