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Bronze Shackle Bushings for 2 Inch Wide Spring Application
Bronze Shackle Bushings for 2 Inch Wide Spring Application

Bronze Shackle Bushings for 2 Inch Wide Spring Application

Universal Fit, 0.75" Bushing Diameter, 1" Diameter Big End, 0.75" Diameter Small End, Bronze

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Bronze Shackle Bushings for 2 Inch Wide Spring Application
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MFG. Part #:
91033328
Bushing Diameter:
0.75"
Diameter Big End:
1"
Diameter Small End:
0.75"
Material Type:
Bronze
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These bronze replacement shackle bushing sets consist of (8) bushings (4-short 0.875" & 4-long 1.125" bushing lengths) which will fit 1 pair of shackles. Bushings are for a 3/4" spring eye or perch and accept shackles having 1/2" shaft or bolt and are for a 2" wide spring application.

Fits Speedway shackles for a 2" wide spring:

    91033324-CHR
    91033324-SS
    91033324-ZINC

Application

Shackle application for a 2" wide leaf spring.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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