1942-1948 Ford Flathead Generator Cover, 2-Hole, Stainless
6" Overall Width, 16" Overall Length, Stainless Steel, Polished
Dress up your Flathead generator without spending a lot of dough. Speedway's stainless steel generator cover is easy to install and is a sure way to add a little flash to your detailed Flattie. These covers have 2 holes to fit over the wire connector screws on the side of your generator.
This 1942-1948 Generator cover wraps around the generator and has two small tabs that overlap each other. The cover is held in place by lining up the holes in the tabs and securing it with the small nut and bolt.
- 1942-1948 Flathead Ford V8s
- For use with OEM flathead generators that have 2 wire holes
- Beautiful and durable polished stainless steel
- 6” wide, 16” long overall.
- Fits generators with a length of 6”, and circumference of up to 15-3/16”
- 2 side hole
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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