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L.A. Sleeve
Aftermarket automotive manufacture specializing in Performance engine sleeves and related components
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Ladder rack
A?ladder rack?is the easiest way to add extra hauling space to your rig. They are the perfect platform to transport longer loads like your ladder or rebar.?
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Lake pipes
Lake pipes are side-exit exhaust pipes that run along the bottom edge of the vehicle beneath the rocker panels.
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Lake plugs
Lake plugs are exhaust cut outs.
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The Lakes is a place in Southern California where hotrodders race their cars.
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Lakes Modified
The term �Lakes Modified� refers to a vehicle that has been specially modified to race at the dry lakes.
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A Lakester is a car that has streamlined customized bodywork but exposed wheels. It�s a class designation for the Lakes for vehicles made after 1950.
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Lakewood Industries
Aftermarket automotive manufacture specializing in Bellhousings traction bars and safety equipment
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Landrum Springs
Aftermarket automotive manufacture specializing in Performance leaf springs and coil springs
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Lane departure warning system
A system of electronic components designed to warn a driver when a vehicle strays out of its lane.
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Lane watch
A system developed by Honda that shows real time video of a vehicle's right side blind spot when the turn signal is activated. Read more.
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Lap-and-Shoulder Belt
A safety belt that secures the driver and/or passenger in the seat with a continuous web of material which fits across the lap and crosses the upper body. It keeps the occupant from jerking forward in the event of a crash. Also called three-way belt three-point belt or three-point safety harness.
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The termination of a policy due to failure to pay the premium.
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The term �leadsled� refers to a custom car that has used lead as a filler for smoothing custom body effects.
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Leaf Spring
Suspension spring made up of several thin curved hardened-steel or composite-material plates attached at the ends to the vehicle underbody. The curved shape of the plates allows them to flex and absorb bumps.
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