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Penske Sweep Tool
Penske Sweep Tool
Dirt Late Model, Legends, Midget, Mini Sprint, Modified, Pavement Late Model, Sprint Car
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Lincoln, NE -
Phoenix, AZ -
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You no longer need to hunt for something to adjust your Penske shock. This tool is made specially to handle that task.
- Stainless steel shaft is 1/16" x 1"
- No slot or tapered end
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations
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