Forged Adjustable Spring Perches, Zinc Plated Steel
Universal Fit, 6.75" Overall Length, 1.75" Thread Length, Steel, Zinc Plated
- Eliminates front alignment and binding problems
- Stainless steel construction
- Extra length for lower shock mounts
- Use with 1 3/4" shackle/spring
- Includes nylock nut
Eliminate alignment and binding problems on your straight axle front end! Adjustable spring perches allow you to fine-tune your front spring to get the best possible ride and handling characteristics. Perches are forged zinc plated plain steel construction and are long enough to work with lower shock mounts.
- Adjustable pivot shank measures 2" long with 7/8" of threads
- Use with 1-3/4" wide shackle/spring.
- Includes nylock nuts.
These adjustable spring perches replicate the same spring length required as the non adjustable original style. Standard 48” axles with 36-3/8" or 36-1/2” perch centers will still require a 31-1/4” spring and the narrower 46” axles with 2” shorter perch centers will use the 29” spring.
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