Leaf Spring Shock Mount and Axle Pad Kit
Universal Fit, 3.65" Slot Length, Steel, Hardware Included
- Replace your old worn out stock U-bolt setup with our brand new shock mount and axle pad kit
- Features two of our Universal Leaf spring Lower Shock Mount Plates, a Weld-On Spring Pad for 3" Axle Tubes, & four 10" U-Bolts for 3" Axle Tubes
- Leaf spring mount plates and U-bolts are forged of zinc plated steel to prevent corrosion & spring pads have a black painted finish
- U-bolts are 1/2" diameter with 1/2"-20 threads and offer a generous length of 10" to accommodate lowering blocks to fine tune your ride
- Includes hardware
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- (2) Speedway Universal Leaf Spring Lower Shock Mount Plates
- (1) Speedway Weld-On Spring Pad for 3 Inch Axle Tub
- (4) Speedway Leaf Spring U-Bolts for 3 Inch Axle Tube, 10 Inch Long
Speedway Universal Leaf Spring Lower Shock Mount Plates
Our universal leaf spring plate features a 1/2" mounting boss on both the front and rear allowing it to work on either side or to run two shocks.
- Overall Length: 6.000"
- Overall Width: 7.500"
- Hole Diameter: 0.58"
- Overall Thickness: .250"
- Slot Width: 3.65"
- Material Type: Steel
Speedway Weld-On Spring Pad
These weld-on leaf spring pads fit 3" diameter axle tubes. Works with all 2-1/2" wide leaf springs.
- Overall Length: 5.875"
- Overall Width: 2.5625"
- Hole Diameter: .6875"
- Material Type: Steel
- Finish: Painted
Speedway Leaf Spring U-Bolts
Speedway leaf sping axle U-bolts are a great replacement for worn out stock bolts and feature a generous length to accomodate lowering blocks (sold separately) to fine tune your ride height. U-bolts are made from heat-treated and zinc-plated steel to ensure long life and durability. All bolts are 1/2" diameter with 1/2"-20 threads. Fits rearend housings with 3" diameter axle tubes.
- Works with 3" diameter axle tubes
- 10" overall length
- 6" thread length
- 1/2"-20 thread pitch
- Includes nylock nuts
- Overall Length: 10.00"
- Quantity Included: 4
- Outside Diameter: 4.185"
- Inside Diameter: 3.25"
- Center to Center: 3.685"
- Diameter: .50"
- Thread Length: 6.00"
- Thread Pitch: 1/2"-20
- Thread Type: RH Male
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Speedway Universal Leaf Spring Lower Shock Mount PlatePart # 91720248Qty x 2
Speedway Weld-On Spring Pad for 3 Inch Axle TubePart # 54585090Qty x 1
Leaf Spring U-Bolt for 3 Inch Axle Tube, 10 Inch LongPart # 91043800Qty x 4
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Q & A
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