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Competition Engineering 3453

Parachute Release Cable Clamp Made from 1/8" Thick Aluminum

Competition Engineering 3453

247-3453

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Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 05/04/18
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Competition Engineering 3453 Parachute Release Cable Clamp Made from 1/8" Thick Aluminum $18.99
Parachute Release Cable Clamp
  • Made from 1/8" Thick Aluminum
  • Includes Steel Clamp and Mounting Hardware

  • Competition Engineering 3453 Details

    Parachute Mounting Components

  • Complies with NHRA General Regulations requiring the a clamp to be within12 inches of the parachute pack edge
  • Works with Moroso Parachute Mount Nos. C3451, C3452 and can be used with other mounts
  • Manufactured from 1/8 inch thick aluminum bracket with steel clamp and mounting hardware

  • Specifications:

    Bracket Finish
    Natural
    Bracket Material
    Aluminum
    Bracket Style
    Chute cable clamp
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Welding Required
    No
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    3453

    Quality Built Parachute Mounting Components

    Competition Engineering provides the highest quality components available when it comes to mounting a parachute. Stopping safely after a fast pass is the most important part of your run and these parachute mounting components assure that your parachute won't fail do to faulty mounting brackets.



    Features
  • NHRA / IHRA Legal
  • Components Sold Separately or as a kit
  • Welding and fabrication required

  • How does this mount to the chute? Do you have instructions?

    Asked by: to much
    This would mount within 12" of the chute pack and clamps the end of the cable so the inner portion can connect to the release.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-04-05
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    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations