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Summit Racing® Torque Links SUM-770030

Torque Limiter, Engine, Detachable, Steel, Zinc Plated, Ford, Kit

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Brand: Summit Racing

Manufacturer's Part Number: SUM-770030

Part Type: Motor Torque Limiters

Product Line: Summit Racing® Torque Links

Summit Racing Part Number: SUM-770030

UPC: 190861012691

Torque Limiter Type: Detachable

Torque Limiter Material: Steel

Torque Limiter Finish: Black zinc plated

Welding Required: No

Hardware Included: Yes

Quantity: Sold as a kit.

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

Summit® torque links were designed for the enthusiast who wants to improve on track performance without the harsh side effects of installing solid motor mounts. The heavy-duty steel links install easily with pins and clips, and once you're finished racing, they can be removed for a smooth ride home. Zinc plated brackets, hardware, and installation instructions are included.


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What is the maximum and minimum lengths of the torque link, not including the mounting plates?


Asked by PAUL on February 19, 2019


Thank you for your question. The Summit 770030 torque link is designed as a "Torque Limiter Strap" for 79-93 5.0L Mustangs, is adaptable to other similar uses. Center to center of clevises adjustable from 7-1/2 in. to 8 inches in length.

Summit RacingSummit Racing Answer - February 20, 2019

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

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