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Forged Lower Shock Mounts, Plain

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Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Thread Length:
5/8-18
Forged Lower Shock Mounts, Plain

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Please note the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a pair.

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Reviews (14)

Q & A (8)

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New, FORGED steel lower shock mount design is stronger than the competition and incorporates a key slot to stop the rotation other brands suffer from. Machining of matching key slot into perch bolts may be required.  Stud for the shock eye mount is 5/8".

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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
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34wes
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Midwest

Great price

September 05, 2016
Great looking item
Yes, I recommend this product.
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denson
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rapid city sd

Great price and shock mounting hardware included

September 01, 2016
put tube shocks on my 1934 Ford stocker
Pros:
  • Forged For Strength
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Will
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Texas

Good product

May 21, 2016
Good product, good coating
Yes, I recommend this product.
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hue
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riverside, ca

excellent product

March 01, 2016
Quality product. Excellent price.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Jerry Hearseman
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Elmendorf,Tx

I would buy this product when i need it again

March 01, 2016
Very good product just a plug and play works very good and the price was perfect
Yes, I recommend this product.
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juggie
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Ste, Genevieve, MO.

very good looking and fine finish

July 31, 2015
am looking forward to using them on my '48 ford coupe
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Old man
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Taylor tx

Good product

July 22, 2015
Great fit
Yes, I recommend this product.
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G-Man
Verified Purchaser
Queen Creek AZ

Great product at a fair price

July 01, 2015
Used them on a Ford Model T Speedster with original front axle. The extra length and keyway are a plus. The shank is a little larger diameter than the threads. A 5/8 spacer will not fit on the Shank.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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roger
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redding ca

shock mounts

May 14, 2015
Product was just what I expected and received it on time
Yes, I recommend this product.
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claybuster
Verified Purchaser
Clarksville Tn.

Very good product

May 12, 2015
Some of the best delivery I've had and believe me I have a lot of products delivered.
Pros:
  • I Like The Product
Cons:
  • no cons
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

8 questions : 8 answers

1 answers

Will this part work with shock number 91046214? thanks

1090
Van Buren, AR, USA
May 28, 2014

Will this part work with shock number 91046214? thanks

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May 29, 2014
EricM
Yes these lower shock mounts will work fine with shock number 91046214.
1 answers

Is a key provided with this product to stop it turning on Pivot Spring Perch part #910-33042? I am using a 1937-41 Ford I-beam axle and 1940 split wishbone radius rods to build a suicide style front end for a T-Bucket project.

Glenny
Melbourne VIC, Australia
October 21, 2013

Is a key provided with this product to stop it turning on Pivot Spring Perch part #910-33042? I am using a 1937-41 Ford I-beam axle and 1940 split wishbone radius rods to build a suicide style front end for a T-Bucket project.

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October 22, 2013
Jason
We apologize for any inconvenience but the key for the key way in the perch bolt to lower shock mounts is not included but should be available at your local parts store.
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Will this work with stock radias arms or would I need longer perch bolts Right now there is just 4-6 threads below the perch nut on my stock setup. Do you sell a perch with a longer shaft so to add these mount to the bottom side of the stock radias arms?

sportscoupe
Canada
December 05, 2012

Will this work with stock radias arms or would I need longer perch bolts Right now there is just 4-6 threads below the perch nut on my stock setup. Do you sell a perch with a longer shaft so to add these mount to the bottom side of the stock radias arms?

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December 07, 2012
Jason
Speedway offers stationary Perch bolts under number 91033047, pivoting perch bolts under number 91033043, or flat top perch bolts under number 7201043 and all of which are available in plain, chrome, or stainless that are longer than stock at 4 1/2 “ at base of top taper to end of threads to use with the lower shock mounts. Your OEM nut can be used with these perch bolts and the only exception would be some of the original wishbones requiring a longer yet perch bolt.
1 answers

What size bolt/thread count do my perches need to be for this product to screw on too?

March 30, 2011

What size bolt/thread count do my perches need to be for this product to screw on too?

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April 04, 2011
Bill
This lower shock mount p/n 91036103 uses stock diameter perch bolts, 5/8"-18. The stud for the shock eye mount is 5/8" and Includes a bushing installed for use with 1/2" inch bolt. To use with 5/8" stud, simply remove the bushing.
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What is the offset (from the center of the Perchbolt to the shock stud). The one I have now is 3". I'm putting on a longer steering arm and I need to move the lower shock mount "in' about 1.5". Please let me know...

Ted
Superior, AZ
May 23, 2015

What is the offset (from the center of the Perchbolt to the shock stud). The one I have now is 3". I'm putting on a longer steering arm and I need to move the lower shock mount "in' about 1.5". Please let me know...

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May 27, 2015
Eric
Expert
The shock stud is offset 1 5/8" from the center line of the hole of the mount. The shoulder for the shock bushing to rest against is 1 7/16" from the centerline of the hole.
1 answers

Can I use a coil over shock with this and no leaf spring?

Chad
Ohio
September 24, 2015

Can I use a coil over shock with this and no leaf spring?

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September 28, 2015
John
Expert
The forged lower shock mounts are NOT designed for coil over suspension and there is insufficient room from the mount to the axle to accommodate the diameter of the coil over.
1 answers

What upper shock mounts would you recommend to use with these for a 1929 model A frame?

tedd
December 01, 2015

What upper shock mounts would you recommend to use with these for a 1929 model A frame?

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December 02, 2015
Eric
Expert
Upper shock mounts 91636001, 91636004, or 91636501 are commonly used for upper shock mounts on Model A's.
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Lower shock mounts have the keyway slot. Your perch bolts have the keyway slot. Both of these slots are machined 1/8 x 1/8 and flat, but woodruff keys are round on one side. I cannot find any such key that is flat on each side. Am I missing something?

Lucky
Central Texas
December 09, 2015

Lower shock mounts have the keyway slot. Your perch bolts have the keyway slot. Both of these slots are machined 1/8 x 1/8 and flat, but woodruff keys are round on one side. I cannot find any such key that is flat on each side. Am I missing something?

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December 09, 2015
Eric
Expert
You will need to use 1/8" key stock for a situation like yours. It is simply a 1/8" x 1/8" square.
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