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Lokar XSPO-6071 Midnight Series Round Steel Brake/Clutch Pad w/Rubber
Lokar XSPO-6071 Midnight Series Round Steel Brake/Clutch Pad w/Rubber

Lokar XSPO-6071 Midnight Series Round Steel Brake/Clutch Pad w/Rubber

Universal Fit, 1/2"-20 Thread Pitch, Steel, Black

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Lokar XSPO-6071 Midnight Series Round Steel Brake/Clutch Pad w/Rubber
Lokar XSPO-6071 Midnight Series Round Steel Brake/Clutch Pad w/Rubber
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MFG. Part #:
XSPO-6071
Thread Pitch:
1/2"-20
Material Type:
Steel
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Each
GTIN Code:
847087002035
Color:
Black

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Nostalgic hot rod style is exhibited with Lokar's Spoon Throttle Pedal. The pedal is designed with the same quality as demonstrated in other Lokar Throttle assemblies. The removable lower arm is splined for versatility in mounting to the right or left of the mounting bracket.

  • Steel round brake/clutch pads and dimmers are equipped with rubber inserts which completes the ensemble.
  • The Spoon Pedal and matching Brake/Clutch Pad and Dimmer
  • Available in chromed or black finish.

 

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