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Midget 31 Spline Axle Nut
Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut

Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut

30 degree Degree of Taper, 1-7/8"-8 Thread Pitch, 2-1/4" Hex Flats Wrench Size, 31 Spline Count

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Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut
Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut
Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut
Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut
Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut
Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut
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Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut
Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut
Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut
Aluminum Midget 31-Spline Axle Nut
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  • Left or right hand thread
  • 30-degree taper
  • 1-7/8"-8 thread pitch
  • Anodized aluminum construction
  • Measures 2-1/4" Hex

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Degree of Taper:
30 degree
Thread Type:
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Thread Pitch:
1-7/8"-8
Wrench Size:
2-1/4" Hex Flats
Spline Count:
31
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Anodized
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Aluminum midget axle nuts.  Measures 2-1/4" Hex. Choose right hand or left hand.

Item Details

30 degree pitch and the thread is 1-3/4"-8.

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