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Universal Lower Leaf Spring Plate

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Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Overall Thickness:
.37
Finish:
Zinc
Garage Sale:
No
Notes
For 2.50" wide springs.
Universal Lower Leaf Spring Plate

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Please NOTE the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a pair.

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Q & A

What's in the Box

These universal lower leaf spring plates include mounts for shocks and a sway bar. LH and RH.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT:

Tudor Sedan
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
Detroit, MI

I would buy this product again

June 25, 2015
My old spring plates were 5/16, these are 3/8 I won't be breaking the shock mounts now!
Pros:
  • Very Stout Material
Cons:
  • None
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Madgnome
Eugene, Or

WORK PERFECTLY!

July 30, 2011
Used to install a 9" in a 53 Stude going to Bonneville, matched the U bolts and are well made.
Pros:
  • Fit without altering
  • Easy To Install
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

6 questions : 7 answers

1 answers

What are the measurements on the bolt hole pattern?

LostFords
N.Mississippi
March 03, 2013

What are the measurements on the bolt hole pattern?

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March 04, 2013
Jason
The universal lower leaf spring plate is 3-9/16" by 3-3/16" center to center for u-bolt holes. Holes are 9/16". The plate is designed for 2.50" wide springs
1 answers

using these on AMC with the shocks staggered one in front and one behind the axle.. I am trying to visualize if i need two rights two lefts or does it so shock on left is in front of axle shock on right is behind the axle.

bondo
Denver, CO, USA
December 24, 2012

using these on AMC with the shocks staggered one in front and one behind the axle.. I am trying to visualize if i need two rights two lefts or does it so shock on left is in front of axle shock on right is behind the axle.

Answers

December 26, 2012
Jason
Rotating the shock plate 180 degrees would put one shock ahead and one behind the axle but one shock would be outside the spring and the other on the inside. Also the sway bar mount would not mate the same location side to side. You may want to consider part number 91720248 to eliminate some potential problems for shock mounting staggered front and rear.
1 answers

With no instructions in the package, goes a person just guess how these puppies go on? Do the tabs go on the same said as the upper shoke mounts?

Dadwood
Houston
February 19, 2011

With no instructions in the package, goes a person just guess how these puppies go on? Do the tabs go on the same said as the upper shoke mounts?

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February 23, 2011
Waymon
These are universal in design leaf spring mounts. That means that there is no set way to install them, they are made this way so that the purchaser can install them in various positions to suit many applications. That is why there are no instructions.
2 answers

What size axle tube are these intended for? What about u-bolt diameter?

Dirt.boy
April 18, 2011

What size axle tube are these intended for? What about u-bolt diameter?

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July 03, 2015
Eric
Expert
These lower leaf spring plates part # 91643510 are made to work with a 3" axle tube. The u-bolt diameter is 1/2" which can be drilled out if you need to.
April 19, 2011
Craig
These lower leaf spring plates part # 91643510 are made to work with a 3" axle tube. The u-bolt diameter is 1/2" which can be drilled out if you need to.
1 answers

what is bolt size for the shock mount hole and is there a shock type to use with this plate?

Buddies 38
Brighton,Co
April 24, 2015

what is bolt size for the shock mount hole and is there a shock type to use with this plate?

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April 27, 2015
Eric
Expert
The shock mount hole is 1/2" and can be used with a shock stud such as 91036096.
1 answers

Can I use these even though my leaf springs are 2 inches wide not 2.5 inches?

Bill
Eagle, WI
June 11, 2015

Can I use these even though my leaf springs are 2 inches wide not 2.5 inches?

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June 12, 2015
Eric
Expert
The hole spacing is too wide to fit your 2" springs correctly. It may be able to be bolted together but it certainly wouldn't be correct.
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