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Competition Engineering 2112

Competition Engineering Adjustable Pinion Snubber 1985-04 Ford Mustang, and Other Fox Body Cars

247-2112

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Competition Engineering Adjustable Pinion Snubber 1985-04 Ford Mustang, and Other Fox Body Cars $82.99
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Adjustable Pinion Snubber
  • 1985-04 Ford Mustang, and Other Fox Body Cars
  • Specifications:

    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Adjustable
    Yes
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    2112

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    Competition Engineering Adjustable Pinion Snubber controls excessive rear axle rotation to greatly improve traction during hard acceleration. Replaces stock pinion snubber, and can be adapted to earlier models without factory snubber. Uses stock hardware. Fits 1985-04 Ford Mustang and can be used in other Fox body cars, including Thunderbird, Cougar, Fairmont, etc.



    Features
  • Zinc and Yellow Chromate Plated
  • 1/4" Increment Adjustability
  • Quick-Release Pin allows for easy changes

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