Speedway Shock Towers
Universal Fit, Steel, Yellow Zinc, Welding Required
- Measures 10 1/2" from the bottom edge of the centerline of the shock hole
- Shock hole is tapered from both directions
- Welding required
- Requires either our 535-AK35 shock stud kit or to be drilled out to 5/8"
These upper shock mounts are 10-1/2" from the bottom edge to the centerline of the shock hole. The shock hole is tapered from both directions and will either require our 535-AK35 shock stud kit, or be drilled out to 5/8".
These mounts are a cut-to-fit item and require welding and fabrication skills.
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