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Posies 2030 Super Slide 35-48 Ford U-Bolt Kit, Traditional T-Frame
Posies 2030 Super Slide 35-48 Ford U-Bolt Kit, Traditional T-Frame

Posies 2030 Super Slide 35-48 Ford U-Bolt Kit, Traditional T-Frame

2.54" Thread Length, 5.00" Overall Length, RH Male Thread Type, 1/2"-20 Thread Pitch, Steel

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  • Fits 1935-1948 Ford
  • Dimensions measure 5" in length and 2.54" thread length with a RH Male 1/2"-20 thread pitch
  • Mounting pate dimensions measure 4.19" in length and 1.07" in width
  • Made from steel and feature a natural finish
  • Centerline of holes measure 3.31"

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Thread Length:
2.54"
Overall Length:
5.00"
Thread Type:
RH Male
Thread Pitch:
1/2"-20
Mounting Plate Length:
4.19"
Mounting Plate Width:
1.07"
Centerline of Holes:
3.31"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Pair

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This 1935-48 Ford front U-Bolt kit from Posies is for use on our Traditional T-Frame 715-4800.

 

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