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Front Weight Jack
Front Weight Jack

Front Weight Jack

5.50" Overall Diameter, 3.00" Inside Diameter, .25" Flange Thickness, 5.00" Thread Length

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Front Weight Jack
Front Weight Jack
Front Weight Jack
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  • Two jack bolt sizes available
  • 5-1.2" diameter
  • 5" thread length
  • 3" I.D.
  • 1/4" flange thickness


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Includes cotter pin. 6.00" long threaded rod.


Change wedge and chassis height in minutes. Spring seat is zinc plated.

 1" kit includes 8" long coarse thread bolt

1-1/8" kit includes 6" long coarse thread bolt

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