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Shock Mount 2 Hole Bracket Weld On Imca Usmts Usra Dirt Modified Racing Lift Arm on

US $15.45

Prairie Grove, Arkansas, United States

Prairie Grove, Arkansas, United States
Condition:New Brand:Bryke Racing Width:2" Manufacturer Part Number:303-315 Length:3-1/4" Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Rear Material:Steel Auto Racing Part Type:Shock Mount UPC:Does Not Apply

  • Shock Bracket
  • 2 Hole
  • Overall Length 3-1/4"
  • Length from inside of radius to end 2-3/4"
  • Outside to Outside width 2"
  • Center to center between bolt holes 1"
  • Edge to center of 1st bolt hole 1/2"
  • Includes Bolt, Nut, & Spacer
  • Bryke Racing Part# 303-315

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