Speedway C Style Tear-off, 12-1/2 Inch Centerline of Holes, Box of 200
Karting, C Tearoff Style, Clear Tint, 12.50" Centerline of Holes, 3" Overall Height
- Speedway Style C tear-offs are some of the finest tear-offs on the market
- Clear (non-tinted) to allow for superior visibility
- Fits many Bell, Pyrotect, RCI and G-Force applications
- 12.5" center to center of tearoff post holes
- Sold as a box of 200
Speedway Style C Short Tear-offs are some of the finest tear-offs on the market. Constructed out of high strength 2 millimeter plastic. Clear tint allows for superior visibility. Fits Bell, Pyrotect, RCI SA 2000 & M2000, and G-Force applications. Sold as a box of 200.
- C style tear-off
- 12.50" centerline of holes
- 16.50" width
- Plastic construction
- Clear tint
- Sold as a box of 200
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