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RideTech 90000011 3 Sided Upper Shock Bracket
RideTech 90000011 3 Sided Upper Shock Bracket

RideTech 90000011 3 Sided Upper Shock Bracket

Steel, Natural, 0.50" Hole Diameter, Welding Required, 6.25" Mounted Height

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Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Hole Diameter:
0.50"
Welding Required:
Yes
Mounted Height:
6.25"
Overall Height:
7.00"
Overall Thickness:
3"
Adjustable Mounting Bracket Included:
No
Shock Mount Location:
Front Upper
MFG. Part #:
90000011
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Each

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Universal Shock Tower Bracket
.125" mild steel 6" long-O holes

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