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Aero Race Wheels 54-300002 Beadlock Mudcover Installation Kit
Aero Race Wheels 54-300002 Beadlock Mudcover Installation Kit

Aero Race Wheels 54-300002 Beadlock Mudcover Installation Kit

Universal Fit, Steel, Zinc Plated

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Aero Race Wheels 54-300002 Beadlock Mudcover Installation Kit
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MFG. Part #:
54-300002
Material Type:
Steel
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Zinc Plated
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This kit is designed to be used to install mudcovers on AERO beadlock wheels.  Stepped quarter turn springs mount easily with pop rivets.  The step is approximately 0.250". Overall height of spring is 0.400" to 0.425".  Mounting hole distance from center to center of rivet holes is 1-3/8"

  • Steel zinc finish
  • Use to install mudcover on AERO beadlock wheels
  • Includes:
    • (3) zinc plated steel 1/4 turn springs
    • (6) 1/8" aluminum pop rivets

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