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JOES 14250 Tapered A-Arm Cross Shaft Spacers, Set/4
JOES 14250 Tapered A-Arm Cross Shaft Spacers, Set/4

JOES 14250 Tapered A-Arm Cross Shaft Spacers, Set/4

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Adjust caster without putting your A-arms in a bind with these tapered A-arm spacers from JOES Racing Products. The slotted one-piece design lets you change camber without removing the A-Arm bolts. Machined out of aluminum, anodized and laser engraved.

These control arm cross shaft shims are built on 6" centers with one 1/32", 1/16", 1/8", and 1/4" each spacer included in the set.

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

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