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Weld On Coil-Shock Lower Link Mount
Weld On Coil-Shock Lower Link Mount

Weld On Coil-Shock Lower Link Mount

Universal Fit, Steel, Natural, 0.63" Hole Diameter, Welding Required, 9.50" Overall Length

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Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Hole Diameter:
0.63"
Welding Required:
Yes
Overall Length:
9.50"
Overall Width:
2.50"
Tube O.D.:
3.00"
MFG. Part #:
91720157
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These coil/shocks lower link mounts locate strut tube to rear end housing. Mounts shock and slider assembly. Fits 3" axle tube. Weld-on style.

Notes

Fits both LH and RH side. Center of bracket to trailing arm hole is 4", center to shock hole is 5.5".

  • Fits 3" axle tube
  • Weld-on
  • 5/8" mount

 

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