1949-1953 Flathead Generator Cover, Stainless
6.00" Overall Width, 15.25" Overall Length, Stainless Steel, Polished
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Speedway's stainless steel generator cover is easy to install and is a sure way to add a little flash to your detailed Flattie without breaking the bank.
This 1949-1953 generator cover has two holes to fit over the wire connector screws on the side of your generator. These generator covers include a stainless steel strap to hold the generator on its bracket.
- 6” wide, 15-1/4” long overall.
- Polished stainless steel
- Fits generators with a length of 6”, and circumference of up to 15-1/4”
- 2 hole with strap
Alignment pin holes at 1.50” for narrow 3/8" pulley, and 3/4" for 5/8" pulley. Terminal hole provisions at rear next to cooling slots at about 8 o'clock location (as viewed from the front).
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