UMI 6411 73-87 C10 Shock Relocation Kit, Bolt-In, Rear, Black
Steel, Powder Coated
The UMI Performance P/N 6411 rear shock relocation kit provides a proven mounting solution for stock length shocks on flip kit lowered vehicles. Strong 3/16” thick construction and all hardware is included. Gloss black powder coat. 100% Made In Philipsburg, PA – USA.
Use to mount factory length shocks on lowered vehicles
Strong 3/16” thick construction
Gloss black powder coat
Recommended for use with UMI 6410 flip kit
Pair with UMI S160 monotube shocks
Pair with Viking B274 shocks
May work with other aftermarket shocks
100% Made In USA
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