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Exige V6 Inner Wishbone Bearing Kits

Exige V6 Inner Wishbone Bearing Kits
Posted on March 31, 2017
Archive : March 2017
Category : News
                 

Nitron are adding to their range of Lotus specific Inner Wishbone Bearing Kits. Essential for race and track cars, kits are available as full car kits or as front and rear only. All include our usual ultra-high quality 15mm spherical bearing, housed in a precision hard
anodised casing ready to fit into the standard wishbones.

The range now includes the option to replace the much larger type used on the rear of the V6 Exige models as well as those already available for the lesser Exige and Elise models.

Availiable Options
Full Elise/ Exige Kit    299.95
Full V6 Exige Kit    472.48

Elise/ Exige Kit Contains:
30 Short Bearing Spacers and O-Rings
16 15mm Spherical Bearings
2 Long Bearing Spacers and O-Rings

Exige V6 Kit Contains:
16 Short Bearing Spacers and O-Rings
8 15mm Spherical Bearings
8 V6 Wishbone Bearing Asembly
1 V6 Wishbone Bearing Tool

All Kits contain a Press tool for pressing the bearing into the
wishbone.

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