Lokar 0401024 6-Position Adjustable Hood Prop, Polished
Universal Fit, .50" Centerline of Holes, .50" Overall Diameter, 19.75" Extended Length
- Hood prop is constructed of high quality billet aluminum and stainless steel
- Designed to will automatically lock itself into position when the hood or trunk is raised
- Eliminates the need for two hands when opening your hood or trunk
- A quick release allows the hood to be opened to its max for easy engine access
- Each level of the six-level prop increases the opening of the hood or trunk by approximately 6 inches
Constructed of high quality billet aluminum and stainless steel, this 6 position Adjustable-Level Hood and Trunk Prop will offer great looks as well as functionality to your ride. When the hood or trunk is raised, the Hood and Trunk Prop will automatically lock itself into position. This eliminates the need for two hands when opening your hood or trunk. A quick release allows the hood to be opened to its max for easy engine access. Each level of the six-level prop increases the opening of the hood or trunk by approximately 6 inches.
Level Spacing: 1-1/8"
491-40102 Instructions (PDF)
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