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AFCO A550090108X GM Lower Control Arm Weld-In Shock Mount
AFCO A550090108X GM Lower Control Arm Weld-In Shock Mount

AFCO A550090108X GM Lower Control Arm Weld-In Shock Mount

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If you're using AFCO Pro Touring or Eliminator Twin Tube bolt-in style shocks in a non-coilover application (just as a shock), you'll need to weld these mount rings onto your front lower control arms.

  • GM-style weld-in lower shock mount
  • Works with AFCO Pro Touring and Eliminator Twin Tube bolt-in coilover style shocks
  • 3-3/8" O.D.
  • 2-7/16" x 2-7/8" oval I.D.
  • 5/16"-18 bolt holes
  • 2-15/16" center-to-center of bolt holes

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