Front Shock Mounts
Universal Fit, 0.50" Hole Diameter, 5.00" Overall Width, 5.00" Overall Height
- Universal Fit
- 5" wide
- 5" high
- Three finishes to choose from
- 2-1/4 center-to-center holes
Bolt-on for early frames, heliarc welded steel. Perfect for shocks! 5" tall, 1/2" I.D. shock boss. Sold as a pair.
Mounting pad is 2-15/16" by 2-1/2". Holes are 2-1/4" across center to center and 1-3/4" top to bottom center to center.
Notes3-1/8" vertical distance from frame to center line of hole. 4-1/2" horizontal distance from outside edge to center line of hole.
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Q & A
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