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Lightweight Frnt Trqe Plate
Lightweight Frnt Trqe Plate

Lightweight Frnt Trqe Plate

Chevy Small Block V8, Aluminum, .39" Material Thickness, Natural, 1.15 lbs. Weight

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The center to center on the outermost holes is 19.50
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Material Type:
Aluminum
Material Thickness:
.39"
Finish:
Natural
Weight:
1.15 lbs.
Overall Width:
20.50"

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Low weight and high strength – what more do you need in a sprint car torque plate? This front torque plate is machined from aluminum and is milled for extra weight savings.

  • Lightweight aluminum construction
  • One-piece design
  • Milled for weight savings

Application

  • Fits most standard sprint cars with small-block Chevy engines

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This lightweight aluminum front motor plate is designed to fit standard sprint cars with small-block Chevy engines.

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

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