Coilover Shock Set-Up Tool
- Simulates the installed length of your coil-overs
- It fits 1/2" or 5/8" coil-over mounts
- Available from 9" through 17" minimum installed length
- Adjustment of at least 1" longer is possible
- Each rod end includes sleeves for both 1/2" and 5/8" diameter bolts
When youre building your car, its hard to set ride height if you dont have the engine and body installed. This handy tool allows you to simulate the installed length of your coil-overs, which will give you a finished ride height. The coil-over shock setup tool is for fabrication purposes only, not built to replace shocks. It fits 1/2" or 5/8" coil-over mounts. Available as 9" thru 17" minimum installed length. Adjustment of at least 1" longer is possible.
Item DetailsNote: Lengths provided are eye to eye or installed working length.
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