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King Racing Products 2560 Torque Tube and Drive Shaft Checker
King Racing Products 2560 Torque Tube and Drive Shaft Checker

King Racing Products 2560 Torque Tube and Drive Shaft Checker

Midget, Sprint Car, 3.00" Overall Width, 16.50" Overall Length, .12" Material Thickness

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King Racing Products 2560 Torque Tube and Drive Shaft Checker
King Racing Products 2560 Torque Tube and Drive Shaft Checker
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MFG. Part #:
2560
Overall Width:
3.00"
Overall Length:
16.50"
Material Thickness:
.12"
Material Type:
Aluminum
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We have all rolled our driveshaft or torque tube on the ground or table trying to see if it was bent and couldn't tell. Here's a better way. With precision ground bearings and a sturdy aluminum base, this checker will elminate any questions whether your driveshaft, radius rod, torsion bar or torque tube is bent. 
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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