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Axle Spring Perch, Chrome Forged Steel

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Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Overall Height:
6.840
Overall Width:
1.750
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Finish:
Chrome
Shaft Diameter:
.685
Inside Diameter:
.750
Thread Length:
1.750
Under Head Length:
2.5
Thread Pitch:
5/8"-18
Center Hole to End of Shank:
6.275
Notes
Key slot for lower shock mount is not cut; this will have to be done after install. Includes nylock nuts.
Axle Spring Perch, Chrome Forged Steel
Axle Spring Perch, Chrome Forged Steel

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Axle Spring Perch, Chrome Forged Steel

Please NOTE the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a pair.

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Works with 1928-34 Ford front ends with 1-3/4" wide cross spring. Extra long for lower shock mounts. Includes nylock nut.

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