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Micro / Micro Sprint 3/8 Inch Aluminum Cone Spacer for Rod Ends
Micro / Micro Sprint 3/8 Inch Aluminum Cone Spacer for Rod Ends

Micro / Micro Sprint 3/8 Inch Aluminum Cone Spacer for Rod Ends

Universal Fit, 0.375" Hole Diameter, 0.25" Shoulder Length

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  • Suspension use for Mini/Micro Sprint
  • Aluminum polished finish
  • 3/8" I.D. and 1/4" tall

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MFG. Part #:
9600604
Hole Diameter:
0.375"
Shoulder Length:
0.25"

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These aluminum tapered spacers give you more travel when using rod ends on your steering linkage or suspension.

  • Suspension use
  • Mini / Micro Sprint
  • Aluminum polished finish
  • 3/8" I.D.
  • 1/4" tall

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

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