QA1 MT100K Complete Adjustable Shock Mount Kit, Upper/Lower
Universal Fit, Steel, Natural, Welding Required, Rear Upper and Lower Shock Mount Location
- Made from heavy duty steel with a natural finish
- This kit makes it easy to convert one shock length to another
- Designed for all QA1 drag racing, street performance and street rod adjustable shocks
- Engineered to fit 3" axel tubes and includes 4 large offset brackets with 1/2" mounting hole for round tubing
QA1 has a complete adjustable shock mount kit available that makes it easy to convert one shock length to another. For all QA1 drag racing, street performance and street rod adjustable shocks.
Shock shown in photo is for installation reference only and is not included with kit.
- (2) Housing brackets
- (2) Left size bolt-on brackets
- (2) Right side bolt-on brackets
- (4) Large offset brackets with 1/2" mounting hole for round tubing
Fits 3" axle tube
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