Rear Shock Relocator Kit
Retain handling and suspension geometry when lowering your 1963 - 1972 GM truck with this rear shock relocator kit from JEGS. Consisting of upper and lower brackets, along with all the required hardware, this kit provides everything you need to place the shocks at the correct angle. By adjusting the shock angle, the truck will have more suspension travel, resulting in a smoother ride. Let JEGS help you combine comfort and style with your truck.
This kit does not require drilling new holes for installation.
- Intended for trucks that have been lowered 3 in. or more
- Powdercoated finish provides rust protection and extends the life of the components
- Hardware included:
- (4) Bolts [1/2 in. -13 x 3 in.]
- (8) Flat Washers [1/2 in. ID]
- (4) Lock Washers [1/2 in. ID]
- (4) Nuts [1/2 in. -13]
- (4) Bolts [3/8 in. -16 x 1 in.]
- (8) Flat Washers [3/8 in. ID]
- (4) Lock Washers [3/8 in. ID]
- (4) Nuts [3/8 in. -16]
Note: This kit will not work on trucks with a leaf spring rear suspension.
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