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Weld-On Shock Eye For Tie-Rod Shocks, Triangular
Weld-On Shock Eye For Tie-Rod Shocks, Triangular

Weld-On Shock Eye For Tie-Rod Shocks, Triangular

Universal Fit, Steel, Natural, Welding Required, 2.13" Overall Length, 0.50" Overall Width

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  • Weld-on design for mounting all tie-rod end shocks
  • 5/8" diameter tapered hole
  • 7 degree like Ford tie rods

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Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Welding Required:
Yes
Overall Length:
2.13"
Overall Width:
0.50"
Overall Height:
1.44"
Top of Taper:
0.60"
Bottom of Taper:
.545"
Degree of Taper:
7 degree
Notes:
For early Ford tie rods ends, Speedway stud kit 535AK35, and Pinto tie rod adapt stud 91636055
MFG. Part #:
91636503
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Weld-on 5/8" diameter tapered hole. Required for mounting early Ford 1937-48 tie rod ends. Hole has a 7° taper. Center of shock hole is 7/8" from base.

This item will accept tie rod end kit 535-AK35 and also 916-36055-PINTO tie rod adapter stud.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • In this Tech Tip, John offers up a couple solutions to a customer on the hunt for a coil over kit for his 2-door Model A.
  • When it comes to a traditional style build on an early hot rod it just has to be rolling on a solid front axle of some sort. In this buyer's guide we take you through I-beam and round tube solid axles, spindle choices, radius rod needs, and more.
  • Get a good foundation on racing shocks and their different functions. Learn about the fundamentals and the pros and cons between various types of shocks available.

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