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Speedway Spindle Savers Steering Arm Brace for 1979-Up GM Metric
Speedway Spindle Savers Steering Arm Brace for 1979-Up GM Metric

Speedway Spindle Savers Steering Arm Brace for 1979-Up GM Metric

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Speedway Spindle Savers Steering Arm Brace for 1979-Up GM Metric
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  • This steering arm brace is specially designed for the 1979-Up GM
  • These spindle savers are IMCA approved and built to last
  • They are held in place by the ball joint and tie rod retaining nuts
  • Works by reinforcing the steering arm portion of the spindle allowing you to get in more nights of racing

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If you are running metric spindles on your race car, you know how easily the steering arm bends. You also know they are getting hard to find, and expensive.

These spindle savers are IMCA approved, built to last and are held in place by the ball joint and tie rod retaining nuts. They simply reinforce the steering arm portion of the spindle allowing you to get in more nights of racing. Fits most 1979-Up GM metric spindles (provided they are not bent already). Sold as a pair.

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

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