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Competition Engineering 3411

Competition Engineering Ladder Bar Chassis Bracket

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Competition Engineering Ladder Bar Chassis Bracket $10.87
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Ladder Bar Chassis Bracket

Specifications:

Quantity
Sold individually
Bracket Finish
Natural
Bracket Material
Steel
Bracket Style
Ladder bar chassis
Welding Required
Yes
Manufacturer's Part Number:
C3411
Shipping Weight:
1.72
Package Height:
8.9
Package Depth:
3.6
Package Width:
4.4

Ladder Bar Brackets That Fit

Competition Engineering Ladder Bar Brackets are designed to mate perfectly to their ladder bar frame rails to simplify installation and welding. Whether you are installing ladder bars on your chassis for the first time or replacing existing damaged brackets do it the easy way with Competition Engineering.




Features
  • Radiused Bracket Simplifies Welding
  • Fron Mounts for 3/4'' rod ends
  • Stamped from 3/16'' Hot Rolled Steel
  • One per package

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

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