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Henchcraft® Mini Lightning Sprint 2004-Up R1 Motor Mount Bolt Kit
Henchcraft® Mini Lightning Sprint 2004-Up R1 Motor Mount Bolt Kit

Henchcraft® Mini Lightning Sprint 2004-Up R1 Motor Mount Bolt Kit

Hex Wrench Type, Steel, Zinc Plated

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Henchcraft® Mini Lightning Sprint 2004-Up R1 Motor Mount Bolt Kit
Henchcraft® Mini Lightning Sprint 2004-Up R1 Motor Mount Bolt Kit
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Wrench Type:
Hex
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Steel
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Zinc Plated
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These motorplate bolt kits from Henchcraft® Chassis are designed to fasten the engine to the mounts on the motorplate.  Kits include all bolts, washers, and nuts to outfit one engine.

  • 7/16" grade 8 hardware
  • For 2004-Up R1 engines
  • For Mini Lightning Sprint chassis
  • Use to secure Henchcraft® engine plates to the chassis
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