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Detroit Speed 040301L

Detroit Speed Lower Shock Plate

320-040301L

Ships directly from the manufacturer on 10/30/19
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$41.00
Detroit Speed Lower Shock Plate $41.00
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Lower Shock Plate
  • 1970-1981 GM F-Body Mini-Tubbed with a 3'' Axle Tube
  • Requires 1/2" U-Bolts (Sold Separately)
  • Left/Driver Side
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    040301L

    Detroit Speed Lower Shock Plates take some of the guesswork out of configuring the rear leaf-spring suspension during a resto-mod project. Whether you plan on keeping a stock type suspension or converting to mini-tubs, Detroit Speed has a configuration for your custom application. These shock plates are stronger than stock and come in an electroplate finish for superior corrosion resistance.They are available for either staggered inboard, staggerd outboard or shocks on the same side of the rear axle.

    Reference the chart below to find the correct lower shock plates for your rear suspension configuration. 

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

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