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Plain U-Bolts, 1-3/4 Inch

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Plain U-Bolts, 1-3/4 Inch
Plain U-Bolts, 1-3/4 Inch
Plain U-Bolts, 1-3/4 Inch

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Please NOTE the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a pair.



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What's in the Box

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.

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