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Tru-Lite Titanium Torque Tube Stud, 3/8 Inch-16-24 x 1.8
Tru-Lite Titanium Torque Tube Stud, 3/8 Inch-16-24 x 1.8

Tru-Lite Titanium Torque Tube Stud, 3/8 Inch-16-24 x 1.8

Micro Sprint, Midget, Sprint Car, 1.80" Overall Length, RH Male Thread Type, .78" Thread Length

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Tru-Lite Titanium Torque Tube Stud, 3/8 Inch-16-24 x 1.8
Tru-Lite Titanium Torque Tube Stud, 3/8 Inch-16-24 x 1.8
Tru-Lite Titanium Torque Tube Stud, 3/8 Inch-16-24 x 1.8
Tru-Lite Titanium Torque Tube Stud, 3/8 Inch-16-24 x 1.8
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Tru-Lite Titanium Torque Tube Stud, 3/8 Inch-16-24 x 1.8
Tru-Lite Titanium Torque Tube Stud, 3/8 Inch-16-24 x 1.8
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MFG. Part #:
9406054
Overall Length:
1.80"
Thread Type:
RH Male
Thread Pitch:
3/8"-24
Thread Length:
.78"
Thread Pitch (2):
3/8"-16
Thread Length (2):
.80"
Material Type:
Titanium
Finish:
Natural
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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These titanium studs are fine on one end and coarse on the other.

  • 3/8" x 1.8.
  • Titanium standard.

 

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

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