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BSB Manufacturing 7330 2 Link Northern Sport Mod Bird Cage

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BSB Manufacturing 7330 2 Link Northern Sport Mod Bird Cage

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Used for IMCA Northern Sport Mods. Allows you to replace damaged parts and run different shock drops. Two piece ring design. We recommend tack weld for added strength. 

IMCA approved.  

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5 questions : 6 answers

1 answers

does shock mount on either end at bottom of mount

Jb5959
December 12, 2014

does shock mount on either end at bottom of mount

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December 15, 2014
EricM
Yes there is a shock mount on the front and back side of this mount.
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are these steel or alum?

racer71
oregon
July 27, 2015

are these steel or alum?

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July 28, 2015
Zach
Expert
These are steel
July 28, 2015
Zach
Expert
These are steel
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what is the lower link arm bolt hole diameter?

Jeff
United States
May 19, 2016

what is the lower link arm bolt hole diameter?

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May 24, 2016
Eric
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The holes for the lower link are 5/8".
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How far is the first trailing arm hole from center of bracket and then second hole then third hole?

chris
Oklahoma
June 20, 2016

How far is the first trailing arm hole from center of bracket and then second hole then third hole?

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June 24, 2016
Eric
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This bracket is 4 ½" from the center of the axle tube clamp to the center of the first trailing arm hole. It is 5 ½" from the center of the axle tube clamp to the center of the furthest trailing arm hole.
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Does this birdcage have to be welded? If not how is it secured?

Slo Moe
November 14, 2016

Does this birdcage have to be welded? If not how is it secured?

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November 15, 2016
Eric
Expert
You can drill and tap your axle tube to accept two bolts which keep the clamp bracket from rotating but we do recommend welding the clamp bracket to the axle tube for more strength.
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