IMCA Approved 5 Inch Rear Spring Coilover Kit, 5 Inch Sleeve
- Choose Bilstein, Pro, QA1, Carrera or Monroe steel shocks
- 5" sleeve
- Includes coilover kit and 5" spring plates
- Allows 5" spring coil over kits on steel rear shocks
- Coil sleeve is made of steel
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For 2005, IMCA allows modifieds to run 5" spring coil over kits on their steel rear shocks. We offer the complete kit with coilover kit and 5" spring plates. Choose Bilstein, Pro, QA1, Carrera or Monroe steel shocks.
Coil-Over Mounting Guide (GIF)
Item DetailsKit includes shock coil-over kit # 910-46236 and spring adapter plates # 910-45582
NotesThis kit is for 50 series shocks. To make work with 26 series you will need snap ring PN# 21340100.
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What's In The Kit
Coilover Kits, 2 Inch Body, 5 Inch Coilover SleevePart # 91046236Qty x 1
IMCA 5 Inch Spring Adapter Plate for Coil-OverPart # 91045582Qty x 1
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