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Speedway Shock Bump Rubber, Red, Soft
Speedway Shock Bump Rubber, Red, Soft

Speedway Shock Bump Rubber, Red, Soft

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  • Fits most racing shocks with 5/8" shaft
  • Durable hardened rubber construction
  • Easy installation
  • Superior protection

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570BR28

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These bump rubbers fit on your shocks to prevent them from bottoming out and getting damaged on a rough track. They’re cheap insurance for expensive shocks.

  • Fits most racing shocks with 5/8" shaft 
  • Durable hardened rubber construction
  • Easy installation
  • Superior protection

Specs

  • Material: hardened rubber
  • Color: Red (soft); White (medium); Black (hard)
  • ID: 5/8”
  • OD: 2”
  • Height: 2-1/2"
  • Overall diameter at large end is 1.938"
  • Overall diameter at small end is 1.696"

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

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