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Adjustable Rear Leaf Spring Shackle

Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Zinc
Hardware Included:
Yes
Overall Length:
8.00
Thickness:
.30
Adjustable Rear Leaf Spring Shackle

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This adjustable rear leaf spring shackle is zinc plated and designed for race cars with leaf springs. Allows almost unlimited adjustment of "wedge" on leaf spring suspended cars.

Adjustment bolt is 1-1/8" in diameter and 7-1/4" long. Shackle is 8" long, 1-1/2" wide and is 3" inside. Two position bolt is 7/16" and position holes are 1-1/2" center to center.

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewers.
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Racewise16
Verified Purchaser
Savannah, TN 38372, USA

Bittersweet

February 03, 2015
Good quality material, threaded bolts bottom out before shackles are near snug. I had to space mine with washers which doesn't look so good on such great equipment. Overall I'm going to love it once I get block and shackles to match spring width. Id advise nylon washers to slow movement
Pros:
  • goodequipment
Cons:
  • ok engineering
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

2 questions : 2 answers

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Can u imbellish a little more on the install? Should it be mounted vertical?

kpoe
oregon coast
March 29, 2013

Can u imbellish a little more on the install? Should it be mounted vertical?

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April 01, 2013
Jason
The adjustable rear leaf spring shackle, as with any leaf spring shackle, you will want it fairly close to straight up and down with the weight of the vehicle sitting on the springs. You can actually install it slightly angled so that the top of the shackle is closer to the front of the car than the bottom of the shackle if you would like, but you never want the shackle angled the other direction at ride height. Beyond that some welding, fabrication, and elbow grease should be about what it takes to install it.
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hOW DO YOU INTALL

Dallas
Calgary AB
June 24, 2011

hOW DO YOU INTALL

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June 27, 2011
Jason
This installs in place of shackle. The adjusting stud will go against frame.
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