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Flat Plate Steering Arm Spacers
Flat Plate Steering Arm Spacers

Flat Plate Steering Arm Spacers

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  • Universal Fit
  • Ideal for your flat plate steering arm setup
  • Spacer Kit contains (4) 1/4" spacers

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We listened to your feedback and have come up with this simple, yet effective spacer kit for your flat plate steering arm setup on your vintage hot rod!

Spacer Kit contains (4) 1/4" spacers.

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