Speedway Motors 50 lb Lead Ballast Weight Bar Kit
Universal Fit, 18" Overall Length, 4" Overall Width, 2" Overall Thickness, 50 lbs. Weight
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This lead ballast weight bar allows you to mount weight where you want it. We now offer the ballast weight bar and the mounts together. This kit comes with one 50 lb lead ballast and two deluxe weight clamps.
Economical and hard-to-find. Perfect for 305 racing.
- 50 lb weight
- Overall length 18"
- Overall width 4"
- Overall thickness 2"
- Quantity 1
Weight Bar Clamps:
Lighter weight mount with 1/2" bolt.
- Available in 1-1/4", 1-1/2", 1-3/4", or 2" square tubing
- Aluminum Construction
- Quantity 2
What's In The Kit
Speedway 50 LB Lead Ballast Weight BarPart # 91045001Qty x 1
Speedway Deluxe Ballast Weight Bar Mount ClampPart # 91046Qty x 2
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