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Garage Sale - Spun Aluminum Disc 16 Inch Wheel Cover, Deep Dish
Garage Sale - Spun Aluminum Disc 16 Inch Wheel Cover, Deep Dish

16"SPUN DEEP DISH SCREW MT

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Garage Sale - Spun Aluminum Disc 16 Inch Wheel Cover, Deep Dish
16"SPUN DEEP DISH SCREW MT
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This is Garage Sale priced because there are some dents in this wheel cover.

These spun aluminum discs come with mounting screws. Standard or deep dish design. Deep dish style is required for early Ford, pre-1949 hubs & axles.

Each disc includes (3) 10-32 x 3/8" stainless phillips pan head self-tapping screws.

Moon Disc Installation Instructions (PDF)

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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