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Shackle Plate with Shock Mount Hole
Shackle Plate with Shock Mount Hole

Shackle Plate with Shock Mount Hole

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  • Allows shackle to be used as a shock mount
  • 3/8" I.D. shock hole
  • Four finishes to choose from
  • 3/8" hole diameter
  • 1-1/2" shackle plate centers

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This plate allows you to use the shackle as a shock mount. Normally used on spring-behind axles with tube or friction shocks. Choose plain, polished stainless steel, or chrome. Shock hole is 3/8" I.D.

This is for a shackle plate only - shackles available separately and are listed here:

Fits Speedway shackles for a 1-3/4" wide spring:
    91033323-CHR
    91033323-SS
    91033323-ZINC

Fits Speedway shackles for a 2" wide spring:
    91033324-CHR
    91033324-SS
    91033324-ZINC

Fits Speedway shackles for a 2-1/4" wide spring:
    91033325-CHR
    91033325-SS
    91033325-ZINC

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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