Mustang II Rack Spacer, 3/4 Inch
Universal Fit, 0.750" Overall Thickness, 0.625" Hole Diameter, 1.750" Outside Diameter, Steel
- This 3/4" thick spacer works with Mustang II and 1982 to 1988 T-bird rack and pinions
- 5/8" ID and 3/4" length works well to space the rack forward for clearance which is needed in some Mustang II front end installations
- 1-3/4" OD ensures a large flat surface for the rack to bolt to
- Premium steel construction ensures a solid foundation
- Zinc plated for corrosion resistance
This 3/4" thick spacer works with Mustang II and '82-'88 T-Bird rack & pinions. The spacers are installaed between the rack and the crossmember moving the rack forward to gain frame or crossmember clearance with power rack & pinions.
Use along with bolt kit 91034342-3 which includes the proper length bolts for these rack spacers.
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