Chrome Plated U-Bolts
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Please NOTE the following about this product:
- This item is sold as a pair.
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These chrome plated U-bolts will keep your front or rear suspension looking sharp for years.
Note: Threaded items which are chrome plated will have a build-up of chrome in threads. You must run a tap or die over those threads and apply an anti-seize compound or the parts will be damaged upon assembly.
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These rugged 7/16" zinc plated U-bolts will securely attach the front or rear spring to the crossmember. Apply an anti-seize compound to ensure that the threads are not damaged upon assembly.
For use with 1-3/4" wide springs.
These 1-3/4" x 2-1/4" stainless steel U-bolts will keep your front or rear suspension looking sharp for years. Use anti-seize compound to ensure that the treads are not damaged upon assembly.
Standard height front spring perch kit welds to a 3" diameter crossmember tube and works with a 1-3/4" wide leaf spring.
Includes plain steel U-bolts.
Equal partners in a smooth-riding leaf spring suspension are quality shocks and friction-free movement of the spring leafs. This special compound of poly-vinyl plastic has a very "slippery" surface which works as a permanent dry lubricant to eliminate interleaf friction and squeaking. It also features a small lip to keep it in place.
One 20 ft. roll does one cross spring. Liner is less than 1/16" thick.
Apply Pro-Blend anti-seize directly to any metal surface that may gall or seize due to heat, pressure, torque loading or shock. Excellent in environments of gas, alcohol, water, solvents, dirt, sand, and grit.
- Defies contact of dissimilar or like metals
- Not affected by heat, moisture, salt water, or corrosion
Learn why using anti-seize is so important in our tech article, Installing New Hardware.