Coilover Shock Mount Pair, 5/8 Inch Bolt, 4-1/2 Inch, Polished
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Speedway sells the ONLY fully engineered shock mount. The 5/8" forged button head bolt looks good while offering maximum support. The 1-3/4" x 1-3/4" billet aluminum support spacer has internal threads. This allows you to properly support this shock without crushing the bushing like others do, which leads to shock failures. There's a reason major chassis builders use this mount.
- Billet aluminum
- 4-1/2" from base of head to end of threads
- 1-1/4" shock mount base
- Safely mounts to brackets 1/2" thick
- Includes required washers and nylon lock nut
- Mounts sold as a pair
- Coil-Over Mounting Guide (GIF)
- Uses a 1/2" Allen head wrench for holding it while tightening.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Speedway Coilover Shock Mount Bolt w/ Polished Support Collar, 4-1/2Part # 91636010-POLQty x 2
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