Quarter-Max Introduces Billet Adjustable Threaded Shock Mount Kit

New from Quarter-Max – the Billet Adjustable Threaded Shock Mount Kit. This kit will give you many options when setting a car up for the strip and utilizes a tough billet shock mount. See more details below.

Official Release:

Easily mount your coil-over shocks with Quarter-Max Chassis & Racing Components’ new Billet Adjustable Threaded Shock Mount Kit. For customers that are not exactly sure of the final ride height or stance they want, or what shock length they need to order, having this adjustable shock mount allows for a wide range of adjustment after the build is completed, allowing the customer to keep their options open.

Quarter-Max also offers the option to integrate their billet adjustable shock mounts into any of their wide selection of 4-link kits. This added adjustability is a great addition to any car, from the street to the strip, especially for drag racers looking to potentially switch back and forth from large slicks to smaller drag radial tires. For customers looking to participate in Drag Week, adjustable shock mounts are just the ticket to be able to raise the car for highway use and lower it down when you get to the race track.

The universal kit features housing brackets are made of 1/4″ mild steel and fit 3″ O.D. axle tubes. The billet shock mount utilizes 3/8″ grade 8 bolts to mount to the bracket. A 1/2″-20 grade 8 bolt is used to mount the coil-over shock to the billet shock mount. There is 5″ of height adjustment in 1″ increments between the billet shock mount and the brackets. The billet shock mounts are made of 4130 and are available in mounting widths of 3/4” or 1-1/2” to fit either steel or poly rod ends.


  • Allows for a wide range of adjustment
  • Housing brackets are made of 1/4″ mild steel and fit 3″ O.D. axle tubes
  • Billet shock mount utilizes 3/8″ grade 8 bolts

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Chris McWilliams

Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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