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Poly Performance?s Innovation Leads to New Line Clamp Kits

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Poly Performance Inc. introduces Line Clamp Kits, the perfect solution for keeping your braided hoses, brake lines and wiring secure when mounting along tube chassis’, suspension links, or other tubular components. The rubber Line Clamp Kits are designed to fit tightly around 1.5†to 2†tubes and keep your lines: movement-free, from being pinched, frayed, [...]

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