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Speedway Rear Bumper for Spike Chassis
Speedway Rear Bumper for Spike Chassis

Speedway Rear Bumper for Spike Chassis

Midget, Stainless Steel, Rear Position, Polished, .880" Tube O.D., 24.00" Overall Width

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Speedway Rear Bumper for Spike Chassis
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Speedway Rear Bumper for Spike Chassis
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Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Position:
Rear
Finish:
Polished
Tube O.D.:
.880"
Overall Width:
24.00"
Depth:
25.00"
Horizontal Center to Center:
23.25"
Vertical Center to Center:
8.75"
MFG. Part #:
9506021
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Our polished Stainless Steel rear bumper is a direct replacement for your Spike Midget Chassis. 

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