NHRA accepted for use in all categories of competition
The Locking mechanism on Lokar Anchor-Tight Flexible Locking Transmission Dipsticks eliminates expulsion of the dipstick handle under elevated transmission pressure.
Each dipstick has braided stainless outer housing and heat resistant PTFE-lined, easy-to-read flexible inner dipstick measuring cable. Dipsticks are complemented by a solid billet aluminum handle with matching fittings and hardware.
Dipstick tubes are bolted to a sealed pan fitting on the low end and are available with the upper tube bracket mounting to either the firewall, transmission bellhousing bolt hole mount or directly into the oil pan.
- Race-compliant locking transmission dipsticks
- Braided stainless steel tubes with billet aluminum handle and components
- Applications available for popular GM, Ford and Chrysler transmissions
- Direct mount (in pan), firewall or transmission bellhousing mounting locations
- Dipstick tube funnel adapter included for easy fill-ups
- Available black or brite (clear) anodized finish
- Manufactured and assembled in the USA
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