Speedway 1955-59 Chevy Half-Ton Rear Axle U-Bolts, Set/4
55-58 Chevy Truck, 1959 Chevy 3A, 1959 Chevy 3B, 1959 Chevy 3G
- Made to replace old and stretched U-bolts
- Will fit 2" leaf springs
- All hardware included
- 8-1/2" overall length
- 2-1/6" inside width
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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" wide Chevy/GMC half-ton multi-leaf springs.
Save money and buy this set of four. Includes flat washers and nylock nuts.
- 2-1/2" center to center mounting
- 8-1/2" overall length and 8" inside
- 2-1/6" inside width for 2" spring
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What's In The Kit
Speedway 1955-59 Chevy Half-Ton Rear Axle U-BoltPart # 91633029Qty x 4
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