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Rear Shock Mount Question

Well i cut my old shock mounts off my original axle and didnt measure there placement or find there angle.


So does anyone know what the numbers are?



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Shouldn't really matter, they rotate on the bushing/bolt under travel . . . just make some brackets with similar location to keep the shock length close.
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yeah i got it from shane axle brake flange to outside of shock mount is 12"
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