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1935-40 Ford Front Shock Mount Kit, Plain
1935-40 Ford Front Shock Mount Kit, Plain

1935-40 Ford Front Shock Mount Kit, Plain

Steel, Natural, 7.00" Overall Height

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1935-40 Ford Front Shock Mount Kit, Plain
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1935-40 Ford Front Shock Mount Kit, Plain
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Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Welding Required:
No
Overall Height:
7.00"
Center to Center:
3.88"
MFG. Part #:
7022506
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Includes 2 replacement perch bolts and 2 bolt-on frame brackets. No welding or cutting necessary. Typically used with stock or "split" wishbones. Works well wtih shock 582SM500 (or equivalent).

NOTE: Will not work with stock '35-'40 Ford sway bar. Will not work with Speedway 4-bar kit 91639108.

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