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Radius Rod/Four-Bar Frame Mounting Brackets, 1/2 Inch Hole

Radius Rod/Four-Bar Frame Mounting Brackets, 1/2 Inch Hole
Radius Rod/Four-Bar Frame Mounting Brackets, 1/2 Inch Hole
Radius Rod/Four-Bar Frame Mounting Brackets, 1/2 Inch Hole

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  • This item is sold as a pair.

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Weld these brackets to the underside of your low-ridin' 'T' thru 1934 Ford frame rails for a simple, strong place to attach 4-bars or radius rods. Plain steel. 4-3/8 Inch Tall

NOTE: For use with spherical rod ends.

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Crash
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March 18, 2012
Other suppliers are offering a knock-off of this bracket at half the price. I have continued to buy this one from Speedway because of the consistent quality and excellent service.
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  • Easy To Install
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Is it common to cut the top side of the bracket off so that I dont puch to hard down on my radius rods, or do they come in 2" drop.

tnas
Charlotte, NC
May 01, 2011

Is it common to cut the top side of the bracket off so that I dont puch to hard down on my radius rods, or do they come in 2" drop.

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May 03, 2011
John H.
Our PN # 91635048 radius rod mounting brackets are 2 3/4" height and can be modified or cut to suit your cars needs. This will effect the caster on your front axle, to check use an inclinometer on the front axle to determine caster before welding the bracket in place. 3 to 5 degrees of caster should be sufficient.
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