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Speedway Weld-On Upper Mount for Bearing End Shocks
Speedway Weld-On Upper Mount for Bearing End Shocks

Speedway Weld-On Upper Mount for Bearing End Shocks

Universal Fit, Steel, Painted, 0.50" Hole Diameter, Welding Required

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Speedway Weld-On Upper Mount for Bearing End Shocks
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  • Weld-on shock mount for bearing end shocks

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Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Painted
Hole Diameter:
0.50"
Welding Required:
Yes
Shock Mount Location:
Upper
MFG. Part #:
91721001
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Each

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Weld-on shock mount for bearing end shocks (spherical bearing or heim). Has a 1/2" hole. Use short pin in place of shock bolt on this bracket.

Notes

Material thickness 0.080". Bottom radius is for 1 to 1.25" OD tubing. 

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