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Speedway 1948-60 Ford Half-Ton Rear Axle U-Bolt
Speedway 1948-60 Ford Half-Ton Rear Axle U-Bolt

Speedway 1948-60 Ford Half-Ton Rear Axle U-Bolt

48-55 Ford F Series, 57-59 Ford F Series, 53-60 Ford F-100, 48-52 Ford F1, 3.313" Thread Length

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Speedway 1948-60 Ford Half-Ton Rear Axle U-Bolt
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MFG. Part #:
91633026
Overall Height:
8.625"
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Each
Outside Diameter:
3.40"
Inside Diameter:
2.30"
Thread Length:
3.313"
Thread Pitch:
9/16-18
Material Type:
Steel

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Anytime you remove a leaf spring U-bolt, you should replace it. Once they have been tightened and stretch, they have lost their strength. These U-bolts are designed to be used with stock 2-1/4" wide rear Ford half-ton multi-leaf springs.

  • 3" center to center mounting
  • 8-5/8" overall length and 8" inside
  • 2-3/8" inside width for 2-1/4" spring

Bolts have 9/16" rolled threads and include flat washers and nylock nuts.

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

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