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Ford Shock Mount, Banjo Rear End,fluid Friction,vintage,hot Rod,old School 47 48 on

US $119.00

Aledo, Illinois, US

Aledo, Illinois, US
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Default 32-48 Ford Banjo Tube Shock Mount 

Pure Hot Rods answer to Henry's fluid shocks. We manufacture these MADE IN THE USA tube shock mounts that are an upgrade from the 48 Ford mounts. They are two inches longer and equal length with removable studs for stock and custom applications. This allows for lowered cars to use an adequate shock length as well as being a great answer to a stock restoration. Hot Rodders and Restores alike have depleted the supply of original stock units, so here are bolt on, brand new mounts ready for your ride. We also offer the same mount that welds on any housing for that old school feel on your ground up build that is using a late model rear end, check our other listings. For $22 a pair, we offer stock type top shock studs. We are a full service Hot Rod shop specializing in Postwar Traditional Hot Rods. Any questions call Brian or Jake @ Pure Hot Rods (309) 582-3547.


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