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Rear Shock Mount

Specs
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Overall Height:
5.45
Overall Width:
3.75
Overall Length:
2.914
Overall Thickness:
0.200
Hole Diameter:
0.500
Notes
Adjustable 3" - 5" below axle centerline.
Rear Shock Mount
Rear Shock Mount
Rear Shock Mount

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What's in the Box

  • Weld to 3" rear end
  • Adjustable 3" - 5" below axle centerline
  • Has three 1/2" holes for shocks
  • Simply drill hole size to 5/8" when using 5/8" coil-over mounting hardware

Item Details

Adjustable Height

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
RATING BREAKDOWN
23 reviews
5 Stars
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4 Stars
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3 Stars
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Hud
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
Saucier, MS

Good fit

January 06, 2016
makes setting up a rearend housing easy, no trimming just locate your shocks. these are very strong.
Pros:
  • Good Fit
Yes, I recommend this product.
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1930 Model A
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
Excello MO.

Quality made part

December 28, 2015
Ability to adjust ride night with three different mounting holes. By using this choice of mount, they do create a very low point to the ground surface.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Mark
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Verified Reviewer
Wichita Kansa

coil over mounts

December 22, 2015
fit well and good quality
Yes, I recommend this product.
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sissyboy
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
springville pa

Nice looking piece

December 20, 2015
Hefty piece. half inch holes too close to nicely open up to five eights needed for coil over mount. Still do-able however not worth the effort. Made for shock absorber. Good piece if used for intended purpose.
Pros:
  • ready to weld
Cons:
  • Half Inch Holes Only
Yes, I recommend this product.
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28tudor
Verified Reviewer
springville pa

1/2 holes become too close together

December 04, 2015
Bought these thinking I could ream holes to the 5/8" needed for Speedway's coil over stud.. HOWEVER the 1/2" holes are too close and the material in between 3 holes becomes too thin. Why they don't make these for 5/8" stud is a question I do not understand as they sell a nice bind free one that compliments the pair if it only fit.
Cons:
  • Not For Coil Over Stud
No, I would not recommend this product.
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street rod
Verified Purchaser
douglas wyoming

shock mount

October 05, 2015
thiese shock towers work great and look nice frome the rear adds to the look at rear of the vehickle
Yes, I recommend this product.
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442 fanatic
Verified Purchaser
Columbus, Ohio

I would suggest buying this product

June 26, 2015
Great product for a very fair price
Pros:
  • Professional looking
  • Nice Cadium Plating
  • Nice finish and fit
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Catdaddy
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Verified Reviewer
Wilmington, Delaware

Stronger than required

May 12, 2015
They are quality products like everything else I've purchased through speedway. My 29 will be fine again some day.
Pros:
  • Welds On 8 Or 9" Rears
Cons:
  • Absolutely None
Yes, I recommend this product.
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ArnoldSchwollenpecker
Verified Purchaser
Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Exactly what I was looking for!

March 04, 2015
Very robust mounts. I would recommend these to anyone needing a good fitting product right out of the box.
Pros:
  • Easy to work with
  • robust
Yes, I recommend this product.
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myhotrod
Verified Purchaser
Bakersfield, CA, USA

rear shock mounts

May 19, 2014
this mount is the only way to go. they are well built and look great and are priced very reasonable. really not worth building your own. and the mounting holes gives you all the heights you could need for that just right stance I recommend using them top and bottom
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

4 questions : 7 answers

1 answers

Mounting question I have seen rear truck axels with the shocks mounted on opposite sides - one in front of axel and one at back of axel (typically Chev/GMC). I have seen other trucks with both shocks either in front or the back. Is there a an advantage for either format when using this part? I have a 46 Chev pickup with a '71 Nova rear axel.

Gene329
Forest Lake, MN, USA
November 15, 2014

Mounting question I have seen rear truck axels with the shocks mounted on opposite sides - one in front of axel and one at back of axel (typically Chev/GMC). I have seen other trucks with both shocks either in front or the back. Is there a an advantage for either format when using this part? I have a 46 Chev pickup with a '71 Nova rear axel.

Answers

November 17, 2014
EricM
In theory with having staggered shocks (one shock ahead and one behind the rear axle) will help reduce wheel hop and axle wrap, especially when on the throttle. This is a fairly common shock mounting on a leaf spring rear suspension. Using a traction bar or some other wrap up control will reduce or eliminate the need to stagger the shocks.
2 answers

Use with kit # 91649060 Can this mount be used to relocate the coilovers in your rear suspension kit (91649060) under the axle as opposed to on the top of the axle like the instructions show. Will I need to purchase a different axle mount (batwing) to lower the hairpins as well.

drose
Canada (The Great White North, Eh)
May 16, 2013

Use with kit # 91649060 Can this mount be used to relocate the coilovers in your rear suspension kit (91649060) under the axle as opposed to on the top of the axle like the instructions show. Will I need to purchase a different axle mount (batwing) to lower the hairpins as well.

Answers

June 30, 2013
ScrapIronCustoms
yes
May 17, 2013
Jason
When using our deluxe coil over kit number 91649060 and desiring a lower ride height the rear shock mount number 91636100 is commonly used along with the lower coil over shock mounts number 91636010. The radius rod brackets on the axle will remain the same but the brackets ahead of the axle that go to the frame will need to be the appropriate length so that the centerline of the axle and the heim end on the radius rods is parallel with the ground at ride height.
2 answers

Are these sold in set or each?

December 27, 2011

Are these sold in set or each?

Answers

June 30, 2013
ScrapIronCustoms
each
December 27, 2011
Jason
These shock mounts are sold as each(1)
2 answers

Can this mount be used for coil overload shocks>?

September 06, 2011

Can this mount be used for coil overload shocks>?

Answers

June 30, 2013
ScrapIronCustoms
yes please use the shock mount bolt kit
September 08, 2011
John
This shock mount is commonly used on coil over applications and the design is such to carry the weight load on even the heavier vehicles. Tri adjustable for ride height and the mount hole is ½” and can be drilled out to 5/8” when used with coil over rear suspensions.
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