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Speedway Ballast Weight Bar Mount Clamp
Speedway Ballast Weight Bar Mount Clamp

Speedway Ballast Weight Bar Mount Clamp

Universal Fit, .75" Overall Thickness, 6.00" Bolt Length, Aluminum, Natural

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Speedway Ballast Weight Bar Mount Clamp
Speedway Ballast Weight Bar Mount Clamp
Speedway Ballast Weight Bar Mount Clamp
Speedway Ballast Weight Bar Mount Clamp
Speedway Ballast Weight Bar Mount Clamp
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Speedway Ballast Weight Bar Mount Clamp
Speedway Ballast Weight Bar Mount Clamp
Speedway Ballast Weight Bar Mount Clamp
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  • Aluminum construction
  • Natural finish
  • 3/4" overall thickness
  • 6" bolt length
  • Four available tube sizes

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Overall Width:
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Overall Height:
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Overall Thickness:
.75"
Inside Diameter:
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Bolt Length:
6.00"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Natural
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Lead ballast weight bar clamp mount is used to hang weight from race car. Precision machined aluminum with 1/2" bolt. Available for round tubing sizes: 1-1/4", 1-1/2" (shown), 1-3/4"; or 2" square tubing.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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