Adjustable Rear Leaf Spring Shackle
Universal Fit, Steel, Zinc Plated
- Adjustment bolt 1 1/8" diameter, 7 1/4" long
- Shackle 8" long 3" wide inside
- Two position bolt 7/16" hole 1/2" CL
Adjustment bolt is 1-1/8" in diameter and 7-1/4" long. Shackle is 8" long, 1-1/2" wide and is 3" inside. Two position bolt is 7/16" and position holes are 1-1/2" center to center.
A threadlock or threadlocker (suggest heavy duty red type) material must be utilized on the threads of both of the center pivot block shackle plate 1/2" threaded retention bolts for proper retention. To allow for shackle plate movement, center pivot block shackle plate retention bolts must not be over tightened, and as such, a threadlock or threadlocker material must be applied to the threads of both bolts upon installation.
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