EMi Schnee® Sprint Lower Shock Mount Bolt, Steel, 3-1/4 Inch
1/2"-20 Thread Pitch, 1/2"-20 Thread Pitch (2), Steel, Black Oxide, Black
- Features a steel construction with a black oxide finish
- Ideal for rear arms, front axle, or front shock towers
- Thread pitch on both sides is 1/2"-20
- Has an overall length of 3.25" and a boss diameter of .625"
If you're looking for a lower shock mount bolt then Schnee® has you covered. This shock mount bolt is constructed from durable steel and has a nice black oxide finish. Perfect for rear arms, front axle, or front shock towers,
- Steel construction
- Black oxide finish
- 3.25" overall length
- 0.625" boss diameter
- 0.75" hex
- 1/2"-20 thread pitch
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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