Coilover Mounting Kit, 1.63 Inch Body
Universal Fit, 1.6670" Inside Diameter, 1.9750" Outside Diameter, 3.4185" Thread Length
For coil over shocks with 1.63" O.D. body. Use with 2-1/2" I.D. springs.
- Overall length of threaded sleeve is 4"
- Length of threaded area is 3-3/8"
- O.D. is nearly 2"
- I.D. is nearly 1-11/16"
Replacement snap ring 255-1930
Replacement safety clip 582-525
- Coil-Over Mounting Guide (GIF)
- If you need a kit for small body shocks with a 1-7/8" I.D. spring, use coil-over kit 106-20125SB.
255-1951 Instructions (PDF)
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