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Front Shock Mounts

Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Overall Height:
5.00
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Finish:
-
Hole Diameter:
.50
Garage Sale:
No
Overall Width:
5.00
Notes
3-1/8" vertical distance from frame to center line of hole. 4-1/2" horizontal distance from outside edge to center line of hole.
Front Shock Mounts
Front Shock Mounts
Front Shock Mounts

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What's in the Box

Bolt-on for early frames, heliarc welded steel. Perfect for shocks! 5" tall, 1⁄2" I.D. shock boss. Sold as a pair.

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6 questions : 6 answers

1 answers

i need upper shock mounts for my chevy 46 1/2 ton pick up, will these work?

hoozat
Southampton, PA, USA
May 18, 2013

i need upper shock mounts for my chevy 46 1/2 ton pick up, will these work?

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May 20, 2013
Jason
Shock mounts number 91636001 could be used on your 46 pickup along with several others. Main concern is getting the shock mounts spaced so that a readily available shock can be used and the longer the shock stroke the less chance of bottoming or topping out the shock. We offer part number 91036008 and 36009 in 6 ½ or 5 ½” lengths and suggest some measuring ahead of time as compared to the lower mount to get the best length bracket for your needs.
1 answers

Do these units work with an original 32 front cross-member???? According to Pete & Jakes the mounts have to be located 3 1/8" back of the center of the rear hole for the fender brace. It appears that this would put the bracket right on the bolt/flange of the front cross-member.

66BlkBB
Minnesota
March 30, 2013

Do these units work with an original 32 front cross-member???? According to Pete & Jakes the mounts have to be located 3 1/8" back of the center of the rear hole for the fender brace. It appears that this would put the bracket right on the bolt/flange of the front cross-member.

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April 01, 2013
Jason
These upper shock mounts will work with a 32 cross member. The shock mounts are a universal mount made to set on the side of the frame rail and behind the front cross member
1 answers

does this mount use a stud or a bolt to connect the shock/ Part#?

wooduck
February 19, 2013

does this mount use a stud or a bolt to connect the shock/ Part#?

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February 19, 2013
Jason
This front shock mount has a 1/2" id boss but is not threaded. You can use a bolt or stud. Speedway does not currently offer a bolt or stud for this bracket
1 answers

what is the length and with of the mounting surface with the four holes in it

February 26, 2012

what is the length and with of the mounting surface with the four holes in it

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February 28, 2012
Jason
Mounting pad is 2-15/16" by 2-1/2". Holes are 2-1/4" across center to center and 1-3/4" top to bottom center to center
1 answers

Will these shock mounts work on a full-rendered Model A?

Walt
Iowa
May 13, 2012

Will these shock mounts work on a full-rendered Model A?

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May 16, 2012
Pat
These should work on a full fendered model A
1 answers

do you sell a shock mount bolt for this? I have your model A frame and a 32 drop front end on it. Trying to figure out how to mount the shocks. The frame came with these mounted centered on the cross member and of course the lower mounts sit out in front.

Watkins
Watkins, CO, USA
October 12, 2012

do you sell a shock mount bolt for this? I have your model A frame and a 32 drop front end on it. Trying to figure out how to mount the shocks. The frame came with these mounted centered on the cross member and of course the lower mounts sit out in front.

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October 15, 2012
Jason
The model A frame assembled can be seen on page 109 in our 2012 Street Rod catalogs. The lower shock mount has the key way slot but the perch bolt does not. Once you determine the exact angle and front or rear of axle configuration then you will need to mark and groove the keyway in the perch bolt. Normally on both the Model A and the 32 chassis the shocks go ahead of the axle but some customers have found it works better for their application to have the shocks behind the axle. Check out the assembled chassis photos and if still in question simply give us a call.
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