QA1 7888-108 Shock Adapters
Universal Fit, 3.750" Overall Length, Steel, Zinc Plated, .750" Overall Diameter
1/2"-20 vehicle stud. 5/8" shank.
Includes stud, 3 washers, and 2 nuts.
Use with the following part numbers to eliminate or minimize vehicle modifications: TD403, TS403, TR403, TD504, TS504, TD703, TS703, TD801, TS801, TD802, TS802, TD901, TS901, TD902, TS902.
Each of these shocks, except for the TD901 and TS901, requires a bushing (part # 721-9032102) to use the Lower Shock Bolt Kit.
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