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Mopar Performance Rear Spring Front Hanger Bracket Set 108/110/115" WB


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Rear Spring Front Hanger Bracket Set 108/110/115" WB
Rear Spring Front Hanger Bracket Set
  • 108/110/115" WB
  • 1964-65 Modified B-Body
  • 1970-74 E-Body
  • 1971-74 B-Body Hard Top
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    P4120080 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT! ONCE I GOT THE CORRECT E-BODY (P4120078) If you are looking to move your rear springs inboard for wider tires, do not make the mistake I did and get these (P4120080- adjust height only) for your e-body Cuda. I had to send those back and order MOPAR Hangers P4120078. If you look at each part number you will see P4120078 Hangers (shaped a little different) move the springs inboard. I talked to Jegs and asked them to add E-Body's (like Mancini Racings Catalog) to P4120078 to avoid confusion. Hope this helps!
    Date published: 2016-04-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from nice finish Did not fit my application and the studs did not ling up good with the stock holes in the body.
    Date published: 2017-03-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from quality made I bought the correct leaf springs for big block B body cars. 6 Leaf left side and 7 leaf right. The front half of the spring is 23" and would not work with these brackets. The studs also would have required opening up the mounting holes on the car body and that was not acceptible. I think these may work with the super stock spring packs.
    Date published: 2017-03-14
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Didn't Fit! I bought a set of these for use on my 1974 Roadrunner. The hangers came in a Mopar box but with no padding or packing materials, which I found unusual. Then I noticed they didn't look like the ones in the picture (These had an area cut out of the top edge to clear something). Then I went to install them and they would not fit the holes in the frame. The upper posts were about 1/8" to far away from the lower ones. The problem is Mopar doesn't stamp any product numbers on these, so I don't know if the hangers were P4120080s or some other hanger that was put in the wrong box. I ended up having to send them back to Jegs. I ended up using a pair of P4120079 hangers that are for the 68-70 cars. These are about 1/2" longer than the 71-74 car ones, but I drilled new holes and they worked fine. Also, when making your calculations, the front length of the Super Stock springs is 20", the stock length for 71-72 and some 73 springs is 22", but if your car has the oval spring eyes used on some 73 and 74 cars, the length is 21.25", so you need to account for that extra .75" difference.
    Date published: 2015-09-20
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