Speedway Roll Bar Padding for 1-3/4 to 2 Inch Tubing, SFI 45.1
Universal Fit, 36" Overall Length, 45.1 SFI Rating
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This Speedway roll bar padding is the SFI 45.1 spec roll bar padding that rules mandate in different forms of racing. Roll cage foam must be attached with double sided tape or zip ties. This roll cage padding fits 1.75 to 2 inch tubing. Choose red or black and tubing size.
- SFI 45.1
- Softer feel than other pads available
- Shaped for better visibility
- Best impact absorbing padding made
- Fits 1.75 to 2 inch tubing
- Choose between red or black
- 36.00" length
- Attach with PSA tape, hook & loop, or spray 3M 77 adhesive direct application
New for 2018!
- Value added Roll Bar Padding Installation Kit # 916-2008
- Value added Racer's Crash Repair Kit # 916-2009
- Value added Longacre Driver Safety Kit which includes Door Bar Pad, Roll Bar Padding, Tie Straps and Race Tape as Kit # 916-02013
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