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 DetailsAdjustable Height
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Sold in packs of 5.
Rear shock mounting bolt has a 1/2" stud and a 5/8" shank. The under head length on this bolt is 2.75", and 1.5" of that is threaded.Bolts sold individually.
Shock mounting stud is approximately 3-5/8" in overall length. The part where the shock rides, is 5/8" O.D. and approximately 1-1/4" wide and the threads at the shock end are 7/16"-20, about 7/8" long. The threads at the bracket end are 1/2"-20, about 1-1/8" long.
Studs sold individually.
Speedway sells the ONLY fully engineered shock mount. The 5/8" forged button head bolt looks good while offering maximum support. The 1-3/4" x 1-3/4" billet aluminum support spacer has internal threads. This allows you to properly support this shock without crushing the bushing like others do, which leads to shock failures. There's a reason major chassis builders use this mount.
- Billet aluminum
- 4-1/2" from base of head to end of threads
- 1-1/4" shock mount base
- Safely mounts to brackets 1/2" thick
- Includes required washers and nylon lock nut
- Mounts sold individually
916-36010 Instructions (PDF)
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.