EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Left Rear Torsion Arm
Micro Sprint, Mini Sprint, 12.00" Overall Length, 2.00" Overall Width, .75" Overall Thickness
New from Henchcraft® Chassis, these torsion arms are designed for use on mini Sprint 1000cc chassis. Genuine Henchcraft® LR arm with 2" offset. Pocketed design keeps ultimate strength while light weight.
- Left rear torsion arm
- Pinch bolt is installed
- Fits any 1" torsion bar
- Accepts 1/2" rod end
- Optimized arm lengths for proper spring rate
- Uses the same x-brace design as pitman arm
- Choose from plain/natural or black finish
- For use on Henchraft® mini Sprint chassis
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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