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Wilwood Billet Aluminum Wide 5 Drive Flange, Gold, 24 Spline SCP Axles
Wilwood Wide 5 Drive Flange

Wilwood Billet Aluminum Wide 5 Drive Flange, Gold, 24 Spline SCP Axles

Grand National, .38" Material Thickness, Gold, Aluminum, 1.58" Overall Height, Anodized

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Wilwood Billet Aluminum Wide 5 Drive Flange, Gold, 24 Spline SCP Axles
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Wilwood Wide 5 Drive Flange
Wilwood Wide 5 Drive Flange
Wilwood Wide 5 Drive Flange
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  • Drive flange is machined for 24 spline SCP style axles
  • Features an anodized finish with a bolt-on cap
  • Made from durable, yet lightweight billet aluminum
  • Has a 24 spline count and the spline measures 1.25" long
  • Only .38" thick and has an overall height of 1.58"

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Material Thickness:
.38"
Color:
Gold
Material Type:
Aluminum
Overall Height:
1.58"
Finish:
Anodized
Spline Count:
24
Spline Length:
1.25"
Weight:
.90 lbs.
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Each
GTIN Code:
889545068832

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Made from billet aluminum, this drive flange is machined for 24 spline SCP style axles. Anodized with a bolt-on cap. Gold or Red.

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