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Speedway Universal Body To Frame Mount Cushion Liner, 25 Ft. Roll
Speedway Universal Body To Frame Mount Cushion Liner, 25 Ft. Roll

Speedway Universal Body To Frame Mount Cushion Liner, 25 Ft. Roll

Universal Fit, 2.05" Overall Width, 25.00" Overall Length, .14" Material Thickness, Rubber

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Speedway Universal Body To Frame Mount Cushion Liner, 25 Ft. Roll
Speedway Universal Body To Frame Mount Cushion Liner, 25 Ft. Roll
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MFG. Part #:
91105010
Overall Width:
2.05"
Overall Length:
25.00"
Material Thickness:
.14"
Material Type:
Rubber
Color:
Black
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Notes:
Adhesive backed.

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Our universal body-to-frame cushioning liner mounts between the body and frame of your hot rod, making it ride as good as it looks. Liner measures 1/8" thick and 2" wide and comes in a 25 ft. length. Has an adhesive tape backing to keep it in place when mounting your body.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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