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Schnee® Raised Rail Sprint Rear Motorplate,7-1/2 Motor Height
Schnee® Raised Rail Sprint Rear Motorplate,7-1/2 Motor Height

Schnee® Raised Rail Sprint Rear Motorplate,7-1/2 Motor Height

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Schnee® Raised Rail Sprint Rear Motorplate,7-1/2 Motor Height
Schnee® Raised Rail Sprint Rear Motorplate,7-1/2 Motor Height
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These standard aluminum rear motorplates are relieved for the dash and allow for brake line pass-through. They are shell milled for ultimate weight savings and work with a 7-1/2 inch motor height.

  • 15.38" high, 24" wide
  • SchneeĀ® factory-built component
  • 7.5" motor height
  • Shell milled for ultimate weight savings
  • For raised rail chassis
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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