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Sway-A-Way Tubular 1-1/8
Sway-A-Way Tubular Torsion Bars

Sway-A-Way Tubular 1-1/8

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Aircraft alloy steel, precision machined and heat treated to exact specifications. Torsion bars are ground to size and electrostatically coated. Tubular style. 1-1/8". 29" or 30" lengths. Available 925 to 1065 lb. rate.

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