Lower Link Shock Tabs
Includes shock tabs (4 pieces) for driver and passenger side
Is space tight on your axle and you can't mount your shocks? Or do you need to mount the shocks offset off the axle tube. These add-on tabs allow you to take our best selling Lower Link Axle Brackets and mount your shocks offset from the axle tube. These tabs work on all three angles of lower link so you don't have to have some big specialty combo bracket that looks goofy and is bigger than a normal link bracket. These tabs also allow you to use different shock mounting widths so you don't have to spend time modifying either the bracket or the shocks to fit within a preset bracket width.
- Mount your shocks over the lower link joints; offset from the axle tube centerline.
- Works with 0, 10 or 22* degree angled Lower Axle Link Brackets
- Use with any shock mounting width from 1.25"-1.6". Great for Air Shocks, Coilovers or ORI struts.
- Compact design. These use our standard Lower Link Axle Brackets so no big, goofy, special bracket is used.
- Made from 1/4" thick boxed steel plate for strength.
- The STYLE of the bracket gives a unique, custom one-off look you'd get with a high dollar fabrication shop. No more brackets that look like modified pieces of angle iron or c-channel, but rather formed pieces of artwork to show off.
NOTE: This part requires general welding and fabrication skills. Welding should only be done by a competent welder. Artec Industries implies no guarantees or warranties and is not liable for improper installation.
*Some very slight grinding and fitment may be required when used with the 22 degree lower link axle bracket
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Step 1 : Inspect and open package, Verify all contents are accounted for.
Step 2: Remove all paint, powder coat, oils from all surfaces where welding will be done so that material is left raw and ready to weld.
Step 3: Cover up any vital componets thay could be damaged from weld spatter & heat example : shocks, brake lines, hoses, wiring harnesses etc.
Step 4: Mock up links and shocks into position to ensure proper fitment some grinding may be required
Step 5: Tack weld into position
Step 6: Fully cycle suspension to ensure proper placement .
Step 7: Remove Shock and Links
Step 8: Finish welding into place
Step 9: Paint or powder coat to prevent rust this is a raw steel item .
Step 10: Take pictures, Show off how awesome your rig is now to your buddies !