Garage Sale - J&J Sprint Car Replacement Short Nerf Bars
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Sprint car nerf bars can take a beating during the racing season. When it’s time to replace yours, be sure to choose a quality bar that fits your car, like this short stainless steel one from J&J Auto Racing
- Replacement for a J&J chassis, but can be used with other chassis
- Stainless steel kick-off (nerf) bar for right side of car
- Shorty style (normally for winged cars)
NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS
- Style: Shorty
- Chassis Type: J&J
- Material: Stainless steel
- Wall Thickness: .065"
- Tube Diameter: 1"
- Finish: Plain
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