Speedway Universal Weld-On Shock/Headlight Mount Brackets
Universal Fit, Steel, Natural, 0.50" Hole Diameter, 7.00" Mounted Height, 5.00" Overall Length
- Headlight and shock mounts designed for our T-buckets however could be used for multiple vehicles, welded to the outside edge of the frame rail with the shock mounting on outside (front) of the bracket
- Mounts Dietz style headlights or others requiring a 1/2" hole
- Features two different 1/2" holes for upper shock mounting
- Measures 6" from the upper shock mount hole to the top of the frame rail
- Inner shock bolt hole is 5-7/8” from top of frame and inside outer edge of frame ¼”, outer shock hole is 6” from top of frame and outside frame 1”
These are the headlight and shock mounts we designed for our T-buckets. They were designed to be welded to the outside edge of the frame rail with the shock mounting on outside (front) of the bracket.
- Mounts have 1/2" holes for Dietz style or other headlights
- Each mount has two different 1/2" hole locations for upper shock mounting
- Weld-on to frame rail
- Shock bolts to outside, front of mount
- Inner shock bolt hole is 5-7/8” from top of frame and inside outer edge of frame ¼”
- Outer shock hole is 6” from top of frame and outside frame 1”
- Headlight hole is 3-3/8” outside of frame and up from frame 6-7/8”
Be sure to purchase our shock mount bolts (sold separately) with installation of these brackets.
Note: For use with radius rod front suspensions and Speedway T-Bucket 4-bar kits. Will not work with Model A and newer 4-bar kits.
NotesThis set of brackets is intended to be used with "radius-rod" (not 4-bar) style T-frames. These are built in our SHOP as needed.
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