- Fits Rear of Rear Shackle Only
- Shackles Provide a 1 in. to 2 in. Drop to the Rear of the Vehicle
- Black Powder Coated
- Made of Heavy Duty Die Stamped Steel
- Poly-Urethane Bushing with Steel Sleeve 9/16 in. I.D.
- Will fit 2 1/2 in. wide Leaf Springs
- Requires 9/16 in. Diameter Bolts NOT INCLUDED
- 1973-1995 Chevrolet CK10, 20, 30 Series Pickup
- 1996-2016 Chevrolet CK1500, 2500, 3500 HD Pickup
- 1994-2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Pickup
- 1996-2016 GMC CK1500, 2500, 3500DH Pickup
- 1973-2006 Ford F150 Pickup 2wd & 4wd with 2 1/2 wide spring
- 9 1/4 in. Overall Length
- 7 1/2 in Center of Bushing Sleeve to Center of Farthest Mounting Hole
- 1 3/8 in. Center to Center Mounting Hole Spacing
- 3 in. I.D. Width at Spring Mount Holes
- 3.015 in. O.D. Width at Bushing End
- Bushing Sleeve I.D. and Shackle Mounting Hole I.D. 9/16 in.
JEGS Lowering/Lift Shackles are a safe and economical way to lower or raise the rear axle in passenger cars, 1/2-ton 2 and 4 WD trucks or any other vehicle with a 2-1/2" or 3" wide leaf spring suspension.
- Made from Hi-Strength Steel
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