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Winters Performance 6156 Steel Birdcage Spacer, No Splines, 3/16 Inch
Winters Performance 6156 Steel Birdcage Spacer, No Splines, 3/16 Inch

Winters Performance 6156 Steel Birdcage Spacer, No Splines, 3/16 Inch

3.25" Overall Diameter, .19" Overall Thickness, 2.76" Inside Diameter, Steel, Zinc Plated

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  • Steel axel spacer is features an all steel construction
  • A zinc coating is added for enhanced corrosion resistance
  • Overall diameter measures 3.25" and the I.D. measures 2.76"
  • Overall thickness measures a total of .19"

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Overall Diameter:
3.25"
Overall Thickness:
.19"
Inside Diameter:
2.76"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
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Each
MFG. Part #:
6156

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Steel axle spacer.

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