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Sprint Car King Pin Shims
Sprint Car King Pin Shims

Sprint Car King Pin Shims

Steel, Natural

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  • Sprint car kingpin shims, 8 per bag

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Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Includes (8) shims, 2 each of: .005", .007", .010", and .015".
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MFG. Part #:
94032350

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Sprint car kingpin shims, 8 per bag.

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