Speedway Universal Windshield Wiper Arm
Universal Fit, Steel, Painted, 12.00" Extended Length, 8.00" Compressed Length
- Includes adapters to fit 1/4" or 1/2" splined shafts and are adjustable for length and blade angle
- Sold each
These arms are an ideal complement to the electric conversion wiper kits. They have adapters to fit 1/4" shafts or 1/2" splined shafts and are adjustable for length and blade angle. This arm is adjustable in length from a minumum of approximately 8" to a maximum of approximately 12".
Works well with our Electric Wiper Conversion Kits:
- 913-56040 1940 Ford Passenger
- 913-56046 1946-48 Ford Passenger
- 913-56148 1948-50 Ford Pickup
- 913-56151 1951-52 Ford Pickup
Bayonet portion of this unit measures:
- 0.925" length
- 0.21" wide
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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