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King Racing Products KRP-1630 Aluminum Rear End Saver, Anodized Black
King Racing Products KRP-1630 Aluminum Rear End Saver, Anodized Black

King Racing Products KRP-1630 Aluminum Rear End Saver, Anodized Black

Aluminum, Anodized Black

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King Racing Products KRP-1630 Aluminum Rear End Saver, Anodized Black
King Racing Products KRP-1630 Aluminum Rear End Saver, Anodized Black
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Anodized Black
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King Racing Product’s Rear End Saver is truly made to help protect your rear end. This Rear End Saver is manufactured so that in a crash rather than bending, breaking, or pulling the threads out of the snout of your expensive rear end, the Rear End Saver will take the abuse by either breaking, bending or pulling the threads out of it. Easy to install and will save the racer over $500 the first time they crash.

  • Made from 6061 T-6 aluminum
  • Anodized black for added protection
  • Comes complete with all hardware
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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