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Speedway Motors 5/16-18 Threaded Nut Tabs, Pack of 3
Speedway Motors 5/16-18 Threaded Nut Tabs, Pack of 3

Speedway Motors 5/16-18 Threaded Nut Tabs, Pack of 3

Universal Fit, Steel, 5/16"-18 Thread Pitch

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Speedway Motors 5/16-18 Threaded Nut Tabs, Pack of 3
Speedway Motors 5/16-18 Threaded Nut Tabs, Pack of 3
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MFG. Part #:
91007119
Material Type:
Steel
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Thread Pitch:
5/16"-18

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Approved for World of Outlaws Sprint Car and Late Model classes!

  • Oversized flange to replace your quarter turn fastener springs
  • Will work for body mounts or wheel covers
  • Updates old wheels to new rules for bolt on covers
  • 1-3/8" mount distance
  • One piece steel, rather than an insert, for added strength
  • Sold as a set of 3

Availible in 1/4" thread as well (part # 910-07120).

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

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