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Torsion Stop-1 3/4" Split
Torsion Stop-1 3/4" Split

Torsion Stop-1 3/4" Split

.75" Material Thickness, .39" Hole Diameter, 48 Spline Count, .75" Spline Length, Chromoly

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  • Made of forged 4130 Chromoly steel with a zinc coating for added corrosion resistance
  • Features a 7/16"-20 RH female thread pitch
  • Has a 48 spline count with a 3/4" spline length
  • Metal is 3/4" thick and has a .39" hole diameter
  • Torsion bar stop is designed for a 1-3/4" split

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Material Thickness:
.75"
Hole Diameter:
.39"
Spline Count:
48
Spline Length:
.75"
Thread Type:
RH Female
Thread Pitch:
7/16"-20
Material Type:
Chromoly
Finish:
Zinc Plated
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Forged 4130 Chromoly stop. Comes bare

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