’91-’96 GM B-Body Driveshaft Safety Loop – Red Powder Coat Finish – Also Available in Black
Protect your 1991-1996 GM B-Body, while complying with NHRA safety rules with a Driveshaft Safety Loop from BMR Suspension. If you drag race your Fourth Gen, chances are you need a driveshaft safety loop to be NHRA legal. Built from 1/4-inch laser-cut CNC-formed plate steel, BMR’s DSL002 Driveshaft Safety Loop bolts-on using OE mounting holes from the factory transmission crossmember. This design gives you a solidly mounted loop that will stay in place should a driveshaft or transmission failure occur.
BMR Suspension designed the Driveshaft Safety Loop to contain a driveshaft, keeping it from ripping through the floor or digging into the track in event of a failure. It simply attaches to the floor board using factory boltholes with supplied Grade 8 hardware. BMR designed the DSL002 for street, drag race, and top speed applications. A Driveshaft Safety Loop is cheap insurance to protect your investment and provide peace-of-mind whether you are at the track or on the street. When performance is a must, rely on BMR Suspension!
BMR Suspension’s DSL002 bolt-on Driveshaft Safety Loop is available in black hammertone and red powdercoat for long-lasting good looks. Installation time is about 1 hour. Proudly made in the U.S.A.!
– Fits 1991-1996 GM B-Body
– Bolt-on design
– No fabrication needed
– Complies with NHRA rules
– Required for cars quicker than 13.99 in the quarter mile with sticky tires
– Required for cars quicker than 11.49 in the quarter mile with stock tires
– 1/4-inch laser-cut plate steel
– Includes all necessary Grade 8 hardware
– Available in black hammertone and red powdercoat
– Durable powdercoat finish
– Proudly designed in the U.S.A.
– Proudly built in the U.S.A.
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