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Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer

Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer

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Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
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Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
Speedway Non-Adjustable Coil Spring Spacer
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MFG. Part #:
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This coil spring spacer is normally used when you are not allowed any adjustment but can use racing springs. It can be trimmed to fit or set ride height or simply wedged into place. 3" tall.

2-7/8" center hole to allow use with stock style shocks. Can be used with either 5" or 5-1/2" diameter springs.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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