Sander Engineering 1015153 Sprint & Midget Front Hubs
Save weight and gain strength on your sprint car or midget with these magnesium front hubs from Sander Engineering. These direct-mount hubs fit straight-snout spindles and come complete with bearings, seals, dust covers, O-rings, studs and lug nuts.
- Direct-mount design
- Strong, lightweight magnesium construction
- Milled and drilled to reduce rotating weight
- Come with bearings and seals
- Sprint car or midget front hubs
- Must use with straight-snout spindles
- Material: magnesium
- Warranty through Sanders
Sanders magnesium front hubs for sprint cars and midgets.
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