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Half Steering Mount Long Chassis Weld Tab
Half Steering Mount Long Chassis Weld Tab

Half Steering Mount Long Chassis Weld Tab

Midget, Sprint Car, 1.75" Overall Length, .75" Overall Width, .33" Hole Diameter, Steel

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Half Steering Mount Long Chassis Weld Tab
Half Steering Mount Long Chassis Weld Tab
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MFG. Part #:
91637048
Overall Length:
1.75"
Overall Width:
.75"
Hole Diameter:
.33"
Material Thickness:
.19"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Each
Notes:
Center of the hole to the end of the tab is 1-3/8"

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Upgrading to a Gen II or short style steering gear?  Use these tabs to adapt your chassis for the switch. 

  • 5/16" bolt holes
  • Long Tab 
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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