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BMR Driveshaft Safety Loops DSL003R

BMR Suspension DSL003R - BMR Driveshaft Safety Loops

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Driveshaft Safety Loop, Bolt-On, Red Powdercoated, Steel, GM, G-Body, Each

Estimated Ship Date: 1/2/2015 (if ordered today) Would you rather pick it up? Select Location

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Brand: BMR Suspension

Manufacturer's Part Number: DSL003R

Part Type: Driveshaft Safety Loops

Product Line: BMR Driveshaft Safety Loops

Summit Racing Part Number: BMR-DSL003R

Installation: Bolt-on

Driveshaft Safety Loop Style: Flat

Adjustable: No

Driveshaft Safety Loop Material: Steel

Driveshaft Safety Loop Finish: Red powdercoated

Quantity: Sold individually.

Notes: Loop is a direct bolt-in for the G-body chassis using existing floorpan mounting holes. No drilling or welding required.

In-Store Pickup: Choose In-store pick-up (OH, GA, NV) on our web site.

Are you running a 12.99 or better in the quarter-mile? If so, then you need BMR's driveshaft safety loops. U-joint failure can have serious consequences and these safety loops will keep your driveshaft from flying off or dragging. Most styles may be bolted or welded into place and do not require drilling. BMR's steel driveshaft safety loops meet the requirements set by the NHRA and provide peace of mind so you can focus on the race.

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Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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