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Speedway Ribbon Style Window Net, 18 x 24 Inches
Speedway Ribbon Style Window Net, 18 x 24 Inches

Speedway Ribbon Style Window Net, 18 x 24 Inches

Universal Fit, 24.00" Overall Length, Not SFI-approved SFI Rating, 18.00" Overall Width

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Speedway Ribbon Style Window Net, 18 x 24 Inches
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Speedway ribbon style window nets are Nylon and polyester sewn with heavy nylon thread. Nets measure 18" tall x 24" wide with 1" webbing. Rods slip through loops on top and bottom. Approved by most racing associations. Available in red, blue, black, yellow, purple, white and orange. Installation kit sold separately.

  • Nylon and polyester sewn
  • 18.00" tall (height)
  • 24.00" long (wide)
  • 1.00" webbing
  • Choose between red, blue, black, yellow, purple, white, and orange
  • Installation kit sold separately
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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