Heavy Duty Rear 4-Link Kit
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This heavy duty adjustable rear four-link kit is just the ticket for heavy or serious horsepower applications. Includes frame brackets, rear axle brackets, upper and lower shock brackets, 3/4” rod ends, jam nuts and 14” threaded 1” o.d. tubes, bolts and washers.
Four bar rear suspensions will require the use of a panhard bar or watts type component to control side to side movement.
- Axle Bracket Height: 11-5/8"
- Axle Bracket Width: 4-1/8"
- Axle Bracket Thickness: .172"
- Frame Bracket Height: 11-5/8"
- Frame Bracket Width: 4-3/4" max
- Frame Bracket Thickness: .172"
- Max Assembled Length, Bracket-to-Bracket: 24"
- This product is discontinued.
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- This item 91649069 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
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