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Speedway Leaf Spring Lower Left Shock Mounting Plate, 2.5 Inch Spring
Speedway Leaf Spring Lower Shock Mounting Plate

Speedway Leaf Spring Lower Left Shock Mounting Plate, 2.5 Inch Spring

Universal Fit, Steel, Yellow Zinc, 0.56" Hole Diameter

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Speedway Leaf Spring Lower Shock Mounting Plate
Speedway Leaf Spring Lower Shock Mounting Plate
Speedway Leaf Spring Lower Shock Mounting Plate
Speedway Leaf Spring Lower Left Shock Mounting Plate, 2.5 Inch Spring
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Speedway Leaf Spring Lower Shock Mounting Plate
Speedway Leaf Spring Lower Shock Mounting Plate
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Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Yellow Zinc
Hole Diameter:
0.56"
Center to Center:
3.63"
Notes:
Right and left side are sold separately.
MFG. Part #:
91720249-L
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Each

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Steel leaf spring lower shock mounting plate. Choose left or right. Eases the mounting of rear shocks.

  • Accepts 2.5" leaf spring
  • Bolt holes are 3-5/8" apart center to center
  • Bolt holes are 3-1/8" center to center on flange sides
  • Bolt holes are 9/16" I.D.
  • Single shock boss

Note: The left shock mounting plate is shown on the left side of the photograph. The right shock mounting plate is shown on the right side of the photograph.

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

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