Mud Cover Tabs and Locator Tool Kit, 1-7/8 Inch Mounting
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(1) Speedway 3-Piece 1/4 Inch Weld On Tabs
(1) Speedway Tab Locator Tool
Speedway 3-Piece 1/4 Inch Weld On Tabs
Weld-on tab to assist with the new 2018 wheel cover rule requiring a bolt-on design.
- 1/4" Weld On Tab
- 1-7/8" mount distance
- Sold as a set of 3
- Fits Current Universal and Aero Covers
- Thread Pitch: 1/4"-20
Speedway Tab Locator Tool
If you need to weld tabs such as 910-07142 (For Current Bassett Covers) or 910-07147 (For Current Universal and Aero Covers) on your wheel to meet the 2018 IMCA bolt on cover rule, this tool will allow you to properly locate your cover tabs for the right front wheel.
Allows you to correctly locate your cover tab to match your cover. Will work for 3 tab or 4 tab covers.
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What's In The Kit
Tab Locator ToolPart # 91007145Qty x 1
1/4" WELD ON TAB 1.88"T 3PCPart # 91007147Qty x 1
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