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Competition Engineering 3228

Competition Engineering Driveshaft Loop 1979-2004 Ford Mustang

247-3228

Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 12/21/18
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Driveshaft Loop
  • 1979-2004 Ford Mustang
  • Modular, Bolt-In Design
  • Clear Zinc-Plated Finish
  • Competition Engineering 3228 Details

    Driveshaft Loop

  • Ford

  • Contoured to fit the floor pan of the 1979-93 Mustang
  • Modular, bolt-together design makes it easier to install compared to a one-piece welded design
  • Legal for all sanctioning bodies
  • Finished in durable clear zinc plating

  • Specifications:

    Adjustable
    No
    Driveshaft Safety Loop Finish
    Zinc
    Driveshaft Safety Loop Material
    Steel
    Driveshaft Safety Loop Style
    Flat
    Installation
    Bolt-on
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    C3228

    Driveshaft Safety Containment Loops

    Competition Engineering Driveshaft Loop Kits help to contain the driveshaft in the event of a U-joint failure. Part numbers below meet the requirements of all race sanctioning bodies.




    Features
  • Quality Steel Construction
  • Universal and direct fit kits available
  • 247-3029 Requires Welding

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