Speedway Clear Tearoff, Fits Arai GP6, Box of 200
Clear Tint, 12.75" Centerline of Holes, 3.50" Overall Height
Speedway 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 Arai GP6. Sold as a box of 200.
- Plastic construction
- Clear tint
- 12-3/4" post centers
- Sold as a box of 200
- Fits Arai GP6 Series
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