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Wheel Spacer 1/4 Aluminum Imca Circle Track Off Road .25" Imca Usmts 5 Lug B Mod on

US $12.99

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:901-149 Auto Racing Part Type:Wheels & Tires Part Brand:Bryke Racing Parts Product Type:Wheel spacer Surface Finish:Aluminum Brand:Bryke Racing UPC:Does Not Apply

  • Wheel Spacer
  • Aluminum
  • 1/4"
  • Universal pattern fits the following:
    • 5 on 4.50 Bolt Pattern
    • 5 on 4.75 Bolt Pattern
    • 5 on 5 Bolt Pattern
  • Should be used with 5/8 Wheel Studs
  • This is for one wheel spacer
  • Bryke Racing Part# 901-149

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