Speedway Coilover Shock Ride Height Mockup Tool
.63" Inside Diameter, 13.50" Compressed Length, 21.00" Extended Length, Steel, Painted
- Allows you to simulate the installed length of your coil overs which will give you a finished ride height
- For fabrication purposes only not to replace shocks
- Adapter sleeves are included so that these fit both 1/2" and 5/8" coil over mounts
- Safely adjust from 13 1/2" - 21" center to center length
- 8 adjustment holes spaced on 1" centers to allow for quick and easy adjustment of length
- Allows simulation of vehicle ride height for fabrication purposes
- Include 5/8" rod ends, jam nuts, quick pin, and reducer for rod ends from 5/8" to 1/2"
Builders Tip: If you cut a short piece of roll bar padding shown below and install it around the coil over mock up assembly, the o/d of the roll bar padding will replicate the o/d of the coil over spring to be used. This will allow the builder to visualize and consider where and how it needs to be mounted for clearances as if the coil over springs were in place.
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