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1942-48 Ford Shackles, Plain with Shockpin
1942-48 Ford Shackles, Plain with Shockpin

1942-48 Ford Shackles, Plain with Shockpin

Deluxe, Super Deluxe, Model 21 A Deluxe, Model 2 GA Special, Sedan Delivery

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1942-48 Ford Shackles, Plain with Shockpin
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These are 1942-1948 Posies spring shackles with shock mount. These are sold in pairs.

  • Required when using 580-2100 3" drop spring to get full drop
  • 1942-1948 spring shackles with shock mount
  • Sold in pairs
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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