1948-52 Ford F1 Forged Upper Shock Mounts, 6-1/2 Inch
Universal Fit, Steel, Zinc Plated
- Strong forged steel construction with zinc plating
- Combine with our lower shock mounts for an easy installation
- Available in 6 1/2"" length (measured from the stud center line to the center of the top bolt hole)
- Accepts shocks with 5/8" I.D bushings
- 2 1/8" mount bolt hole spacing on center
After more than fifty years of use, the original upper shock mounts on the front of your vintage Ford pickup are likely worn out, damaged or missing. These forged steel upper shock mounts are reproductions of those used on 1948-1952 Ford F1 trucks, but are also adaptable to other beam-axle hot rods. The F1 shock mounts we popular on early-style hot rods where an upgrade to telescoping shocks over lever shocks was desired.
Forged from the finest steel, these zinc-plated mounts are 6-1/2" long (measured from the centerline of the stud to the center of the top bolt hole) and accept shocks with 5/8" I.D. bushings. Hardware is included. Mount bolt spacing is 2-1/8" on center.
- Thread Length: 1"
- Mount Surface (between flange and threads): 1.25"
- Inside flange to outside of bend: 1.375"
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