New J&M Products Rear Shock Mounts Available Now

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    Price ?
     
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    I ordered a set of these to go with my FR3 shocks and eibach springs. Cant wait to get everything put on.
     
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    I got my shock mounts. It will be a couple more weeks before I get them installed. They look great compared to the cheap factory ones that came on my FR3 shocks. 20190401_091930.jpg 20190401_091933.jpg
     
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    Will these fit KONI Str.t rear shocks?
     
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    #36 Hotpart.com, Jun 25, 2019
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    Yes they fit all shocks from with 10mm - 12mm threads regardless of thread pitch.
     
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    Question... any reason the second mounting hole wasn’t further down to accommodate the alignment pin like other brands? Or an extra small hole for the alignment pin? I’ve seen at least two other brand’s accomodate the pin. Bmr and Vorshlag
     
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    With all the testing we did it was determined it wasn't necessary to increase bump travel at the wheel by more than 1.25 inches. Keep in mind as you raise the upper shock mount you also loose droop travel.
     
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    I see, so essentially if you don’t have stiff enough springs I would imagine you could lift a wheel off the ground
     
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    Thanks for your help Brian! Ordered and shipped today.
     
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    You're welcome, if you have any other questions we are here to help.
     
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    I got a set about to install. My car has Steeda linear drag(1 inch drop) springs with Steeda Pro Action non-adjustable shocks. Anything I should do?
     
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    BJ, I saved your post awhile ago in my fav bar just for install, lol
     
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    Just trying to fit these now, and wanted to be 100% sure. The top of the shock shaft (as in, the base of the thread for the lock nut) needs to mount hard against the bearing of the J&M shock mount right? No shims or spacers in between? Then the 10 or 12mm adapter gets fitted from the top side no?
    The kit come with 3 adapters, but i can't figure out what the large fat ones are for.
     
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