Spring Behind Axle Bracket
Universal Fit, 2.00" Base Diameter, .50" Hole Diameter, .375" Overall Thickness, Steel, Natural
- For spring-behind axle
- Weld-on brackets attach spring and radius rods to 2" O.D. axles
- 3/8" thick steel, 5" eye to eye
- Bracket puts the center line of the spring 3" behind the center line of the axle
Weld-on brackets attach spring and radius rods to 2" O.D. axles. For spring behind front axle suspensions. 3/8" thick steel, 5" eye to eye.
NotesThis bracket puts the center line of the spring 3" behind the center line of the axle. 1.915" from the end center of the tube cut on the bracket to the center of the bolt hole.
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