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Radius Rod/Four-Bar Frame Mounting Brackets, 5/8 Hole, 4-3/8 Inch
Radius Rod/Four-Bar Frame Mounting Brackets, 5/8 Hole, 4-3/8 Inch

Radius Rod/Four-Bar Frame Mounting Brackets, 5/8 Hole, 4-3/8 Inch

Universal Fit, .63" Hole Diameter, Steel, Natural

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Radius Rod/Four-Bar Frame Mounting Brackets, 5/8 Hole, 4-3/8 Inch
Radius Rod/Four-Bar Frame Mounting Brackets, 5/8 Hole, 4-3/8 Inch
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MFG. Part #:
91635051
Hole Diameter:
.63"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Notes:
3.25" from the center line of hole to the top of the bracket.

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Weld these brackets to the underside of your low-ridin' 'T' thru 1934 Ford frame rails for a simple, strong place to attach 4-bars or radius rods. Plain steel.

NOTE: For use with spherical rod ends.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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