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Daystar D-Ring Locking Isolators & Washers - Fluorescent Pink

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    Locking D-Ring Isolators from Daystar install on any standard 3/4" shackle, and the attached lanyard prevents your D-Ring Bolt from unscrewing and causing your D-Ring to fall off. Simply snap them into place and loop the lanyard through the hole in your D-Ring Bolt.

    Polyurethane acts as an isolator for the shackle and prevents the shackle from tapping against a bumper or any other recovery point when the vehicle is in motion. The Isolator also protects your bumper‚'s finish from scratches caused by D-Ring contact.

    In addition, non-locking D-Ring Washers install on any standard shackle bolt and help silence the rattles of your D-Ring. The polyurethane material acts as an isolator and helps silence the rattles even more than a D-Ring Isolator by itself.

    This kit includes 2 non-locking D-Ring Isolators and 8 non-locking Washers.

    Features:

    • Stop the Rattles
    • Protect Your Rig
    • Durable Polyurethane Material
    • Made in the USA

    Specifications:

    • Color: Fluorescent Pink
    • Shipping Size: 6.5" x 5.5" x 3"
    • Weight: 1 lbs
    • Daystar Part Number: KU70059FP

    MPN# DAYKU70059FP

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