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front tube lower shock mount.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by qmdv, Nov 11, 2012.

  1. I know about the bracket that bolts to the bottom of the spring pearch mount. I have never liked them so I am looking for another way. I am planning on F1 top shock mounts.

    Show me what you have for bottom mounts.

    Tim
     
  2. You can always go with friction shock. HRP
     
  3. kennkat
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    2 vertical "ears" on the inside of the split wishbones...
     
  4. 6-71
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    Yep thats what I did on my T-bucket.
     
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  5. you could always do it the "traditional" way and tig weld (2) threaded bungs to the front of the axle/spring perch boss...
     
  6. wizzard23
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    Me too!
     
  7. Traditionally we had no tig welder. All we had was a Sears buz box and we were lucky to have that.

    Tim
     
  8. oh yea i forgot...
     
  9. kennkat
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    :) That's right & we used Lincoln 7018AC rod and it worked fine...
     

  10. Or even on the outside (depending on what frame you're building),like this...

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    Bear:)
     
  11. tommy
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    A very old solution to the problem. I like it because it's obviously not store bought.
     

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