Posies 452R Shackle Rubber Replacement 57-59 Chevy/GMC Front/Rear
Rubber Bushing Material
Posies has been in the business of building Street Rods and Street Rod parts since 1964. Over the years, many innovative car designs and products such as SuperSlide Springs and Packaged Suspension Kits have been introduced to the street rod world.
Fits: 1957-59 Chevy/GMC Front/Rear Spring Shackles, Rubber Replacement
Please Note: This set of replacement shackles requires the darker color threaded bushings to be pressed out of the spring eyes along with the threaded bushing from the shackle mounts on the chassis when installing
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