LSM Racing Products FH-500R Long Dual Feeler Gauge Hand Tool
Dirt Late Model, Modified, Pavement Late Model, Stock Car, Aluminum, Anodized, Red
These aluminum feeler gauge holders will hold two sets of feeler gauges on the same handle. Perfect for intake and exhaust or go-no-go gauges. Will accept various styles of 1/2" wide feeler gauges depending on your application (gauges not included). Designed for the 6" long feeler gauges.
- Anodized red aluminum
- Holds two sets of feeler gauges on the same handle
- Perfect for intake and exhaust or go-no-go gauges
- Accepts various styles of 1/2" wide feeler gauges depending on your application
- Gauges not included
Designed for the 6" long feeler gauges.
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