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Speedway Bump Stop Dividers for 5/8 Inch Shaft
Speedway Bump Stop Dividers for 5/8 Inch Shaft

Speedway Bump Stop Dividers for 5/8 Inch Shaft

Dirt Late Model, Modified, Pavement Late Model, Pony Stock, Sprint Car, Stock Car

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Speedway Bump Stop Dividers for 5/8 Inch Shaft
Speedway Bump Stop Dividers for 5/8 Inch Shaft
Speedway Bump Stop Dividers for 5/8 Inch Shaft
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Inside Diameter:
.63"
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2.00"
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These are a great tool for fine-tuning your bump stop system. The steeper the dish, the less progressive the bump stop will be. Best suited for use with multiple puck-style bump stops.
  • For shocks with 5/8" shaft diameters
  • Anodized aluminum
  • Available in 4 tapers:
    • 0 deg. - Black
    • 5 deg. - Blue
    • 10 deg. - Gold
    • 15 deg. - Red

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