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Lakewood 20730 Traction Bar Snubbers, Polyurethane, Small
Lakewood 20730 Traction Bar Snubbers, Polyurethane, Small

Lakewood 20730 Traction Bar Snubbers, Polyurethane, Small

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GTIN Code:
084041996119
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20730
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Specially designed for use with snubber-type traction bars, these Lakewood replacement snubbers incorporate the latest in shock-absorbing urethane compounds and have a threaded base that allows adjustment for street or track. Fits all snubber-type traction bars and most pinion snubbers.

These Lakewood replacement traction bar snubbers are manufactured from polyurethane.

 

2.22" for highth os the cushion

1.98" dia.

 

.90" for length of threads

3/8-24 thread count

 

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