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Schnee® RR Birdcage
Schnee® RR Birdcage

Schnee® RR Birdcage

Silver, 2.75" Inside Diameter, Aluminum, Anodized

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Color:
Silver
Inside Diameter:
2.75"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Anodized
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Each

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Schnee® Chassis factory-built components. These right rear birdcages feature billet construction and a close ratio geometry with wide flag for use with multiple arm offsets.

  • Billet Aluminum
  • Proven and reliable
  • Reinforced radius rod spud
  • Versatile design mates with any arm
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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