ROD END, SHORT M12X1.25
Dirt Late Model
- Engineered to accommodate the new and improved seat retention
- Available in a standard length and has a 1 Inch extended length
- Made from lightweight, yet durable billet aluminum
This is the Pro Shocks billet aluminum rod end that nbsp;accommodates the new and improved seat retention. These are available in a standard length and a 1 Inch extended.
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