Track-T Rear Axle Mounting Kit
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This kit links your rear axle to the Track-T frame mounts using quarter elliptic springs, upper radius rods & a Panhard bar. Quarter elliptic springs not included in kit (sold separately). Builder can cut their own springs from a pair of factory leaves as well. For maximum performance, use Composite Quarter Elliptic Mono-Leaf Springs 974-49934 (sold separately).
- Large Panhard bar/right shock mounting bracket
- Left shock mounting bracket
- (2) Radius rod mouting brackets
- (4) Spring mounting brackets
- Spring clamp plates
- (2) Rear radius rods, 21" (cut length)
- Panhard bar, 22.5" (cut length)
- (3) Spherical rod ends, 5/8" right side standard male
- (3) Jam nuts, 5/8" right side
- (3) Spherica rod ends, 5/8" left side standard male
- (3) Jam nuts, 5/8" left side
- (2) Bolts, 5/8" UNF x 5"
- (4) Bolts, 5/8" UNF x 2"
- (6) Lock nuts, 5/8" UNF
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- This item 97349927 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
What's In The Kit
24 Inch Plain Steel Hod Rod Tie Rod/Drag Link Sleeve for 5/8-18 EndsPart # 91631-24Qty x 2
25.5 Inch Plain Steel Hod Rod Tie Rod/Drag Link Sleeve for 5/8-18 EndsPart # 91631-25.5Qty x 1
Standard Steel Heim Joint Rod Ends, 5/8-18 RH MalePart # 1750106Qty x 3
Standard Steel Heim Joint Rod Ends, 5/8-18 LH MalePart # 1750306Qty x 3
Steel Jam Nut, 5/8-18 RHPart # 1750246Qty x 3
Steel Jam Nut, 5/8-18 LHPart # 1750446Qty x 3
Rear MTG Kit-Track TPart # 97349927-1Qty x 1
Q & A
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