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HANS Device 19 Inch Replacement Post/Anchor Sliding Tether Sport I/Pro
HANS Device Sport I Post & Anchor Sliding Tether, Professional

HANS Device 19 Inch Replacement Post/Anchor Sliding Tether Sport I/Pro

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HANS Device Sport I Post & Anchor Sliding Tether, Professional
HANS Device Sport I Post & Anchor Sliding Tether, Professional
HANS Device 19 Inch Replacement Post/Anchor Sliding Tether Sport I/Pro
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HANS Device Sport I Post & Anchor Sliding Tether, Professional
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1231.4 L
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19 inch Tether Length

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  • Replacement sliding tether for post anchor and post collar type of helmet anchors
  • Includes 2 tether carriers and 4 screws
  • 3 lengths: Short 17", Standard 18", Long 19"
  • Shorter 17" length preferred by some smaller drivers and some using smaller size devices
  • All tether lengths offer the same level of protection

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

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