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Winters Performance 2269 Axle Saver For Splined End
Winters Performance 2269 Axle Saver For Splined End

Winters Performance 2269 Axle Saver For Splined End

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Winters Performance 2269 Axle Saver For Splined End
Winters Performance 2269 Axle Saver For Splined End
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Winters Performance 2269 Axle Saver For Splined End
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  • Designed for use with axles that are splined next to the bird cage to protect the splines
  • Inside diameter measures 2.76" and the O.D. measures 3.24"
  • Features an all steel construction with a zinc coating for added corrosion resistance
  • Axel saved has a total thickness measuring .38"

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Thickness:
.38"
Inside Diameter:
2.76"
Outside Diameter:
3.24"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
MFG. Part #:
2269

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For use with axles that are splined next to the bird cage to protect the splines.

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

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