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Speedway Mud Scraper
Speedway Mud Scraper

Speedway Mud Scraper

Oval Track Cars, Plastic

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Speedway Mud Scraper
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The mud scraper - the most under appreciated piece of equipment that every racer, regardless of skill or funding, needs to have in his trailer come race day.

Sometimes, you just need a simple tool to help get the job done. No fancy features, just a bare bones type of tool to tackle the dirtiest of jobs! The Speedway Mud Scraper is just what you need to clean off those sticky clays or mud from a night on a heavy race track.

Featuring a wide 6" scraping blade, extended 18" handle as well as (2) tubing scraper heads for easy mud clean up on those roll cage bars, all made from heavy duty plastic.

  • 6" wide heavy duty scraping blade
  • 2 additional roll cage tube scraping attachments
  • 18" extended handle for those hard to reach areas


18" long handle, 6.25" body scraper blade. Has two tubing scrapers which are 1.88" wide and 5.25" long.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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