Wehrs Machine WM200-8 Shock Mount Swivel
Dirt Late Model, Pavement Late Model, Steel, Black Oxide, 0.50" Hole Diameter
- Features an angled shock drop with no bind swivel
- It allows various shock and spring mounting locations
- The bottom hole is 4-1/2" down of centerline of housing
- Includes multiple holes to change rate at which birdcage indexes
- Comes with a 3-1/2" long by ½" grade 8 bolt instead of a one piece design with a stud on the back side
Steel roller bearing birdcages have a split plate design to allow for repairs without removing the entire hub. Standard model comes with angled shock drop with a no bind swivel. Bottom hole is 4-1/2” down from centerline of housing and top is 4-1/2” up but features multiple holes to change the rate at which the birdcage indexes. Also allows for various shock and spring mounting locations for ultimate turn ability. The swivel actually includes a 3-1/2" long by ½" grade 8 bolt instead of a one piece design with a stud on the back side. The bolt leaves approx. 3" left off the back side of the swivel.
- Allows various shock and spring mounting locations
- Angled shock drop with no bind swivel
- Bottom hole is 4-1/2" down of centerline of housing
- Top hole is 4-1/2" up from centerline of housing
- Features multiple holes to change rate at which birdcage indexes
- 3-1/2" x 1/2" Grade 8 bolt
- Approx. 3" left off back side of swivel
Item DetailsSteel swivel for shock mounts. Comes with spacers and nut.
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