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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Right Hand Birdcage Assembly
EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Right Hand Birdcage Assembly

EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Right Hand Birdcage Assembly

Black, Aluminum, Anodized

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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Right Hand Birdcage Assembly
EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Right Hand Birdcage Assembly
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  • Designed to work exclusively with wishbone rear suspension
  • Easy rear arm angle adjustment with multiple mounting holes
  • Aircraft grade aluminum

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Material Type:
Aluminum
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Anodized
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Specifically developed for Henchcraft® Chassis, these birdcage sets are made to work with wishbone rear suspensions and are constructed of aircraft grade aluminum. Includes caliper mounting plate, bearing with splined insert, spacers, and all hardware.

  • RH cage only
  • Easy arm angle adjustment with multiple holes in the lower hangers
  • Aircraft grade aluminum
  • Black finish
  • Assembly required

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

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