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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint 1.825 In. LH Rear Number 3 Spacer
EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint 1.825 In. LH Rear Number 3 Spacer

EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint 1.825 In. LH Rear Number 3 Spacer

2.50" Overall Diameter, 1.83" Overall Thickness, 2.00" Inside Diameter, Aluminum, Anodized

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Overall Diameter:
2.50"
Overall Thickness:
1.83"
Inside Diameter:
2.00"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Anodized
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New from Henchcraft® Chassis, these aluminum rear axle spacers are designed for 2" splined axles for mini Sprint chassis.

  • Sized for proper component alignment
  • 1.825" left rear #3 spacer
  • For 2" splined axles
  • Aluminum construction
  • For use on Henchraft® mini Sprint chassis

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

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