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Competition Engineering 3170

Competition Engineering Universal Lower Shock Mounts

247-3170

Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 12/24/18
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Universal Lower Shock Mounts

Specifications:

Quantity
Sold as a set of 4
Welding Required
Yes
Adjustable Mounting Bracket
No
Bracket Finish
Natural
Bracket Material
Steel
Shock Mount Location
Rear lower
Shock Mount Type
Standard
Shock Quantity Per Mount
1
Axle Tube Diameter (in.)
3
Manufacturer's Part Number:
3170

Eye Style Lower Shock Mounts

This rugged Universal Lower Shock Mount was created for relocation of non-coil-over shocks when the rear frame rails have been moved inboard. These universal mounts also fit all axle tube diameters.






Features
  • Manufactured from .188'' Mild Steel
  • Uses ''Eye'' Style Shock Mounts
  • Welding Required
  • 4/pkg

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

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