JEGS 60662 Universal Driveshaft Safety loop Features:
- Fits rear-wheel-drive applications
- Ideal for Drag Racing and meets NHRA & IHRA safety requirements
- Designed as a cage to help contain a driveshaft during a universal joint or driveshaft failure
- Made from 1/4 in. thick x 2 in. wide formed steel
- Simple bolt-together design
- Adjustable Oval Loop: 8 5/8 in. to 10 5/8 in. I.D. Height x 4 1/2 in. Wide
- Mounting Width: 25 in. Overall
- Dual Mounting Bolt Pattern: 20 in. center to center & 24 in. center to center with two 3/8 in. I.D. mounting holes on each side
- Some drilling may be required for installation
- Black powder coat finish
- Includes Mounting Hardware:
- (12) Bolts: 3/8 in.-16 x 1 in., black oxide, grade 5 with 9/16 in. hex head
- (12) Nuts: 3/8 in., black oxide, with 9/16 in. hex head
- (12) Flat Washers: 3/8 in. I.D., black oxide
- (12) Split lock Washers: 3/8 in. I.D., black oxide
Ideal for drag racing, JEGS Driveshaft Loops help keep the driveshaft in place when the driveshaft tube or a U-joint breaks to prevent floor damage or, even worse, an airborne driveshaft. Loops meet NHRA/IHRA requirements.
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