Sander Lightweight Midget Steel King Pin
4.72" Overall Length, 0.812" Pin Diameter, Steel
- Kit includes kits tubular steel rod with cap
- Tube O.D. is .81" and I.D. is .58"
- Thickness of screw in cap is 1/4"
- 4.56" overall pin length
- Length with endcap is 4.72"
King Pin kits are tubular steel with cap. These king pins have a .812" O.D. and 4.566" pin length. The overall length with end cap is 4.716". The thickness of screw in cap is .247".
These are sold as each, 1 pin and 1 cap per each
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