168 Quik tune Shock Mounts – Front & Rear The Ultimate Adjustable Upper Shock Mounts We’ve used this screw-jack type of upper shock mount on our race cars for years & years. In the last couple years, we have refined them, created several versions for different mounting methods & made them 10 times easier to install. These have a LOT of advantages over a fixed upper shock mount:  Adjust the height or corner weight of car WITHOUT changing available shock travel ... as the shock head swivels on the jack screw  You can Adjust Corner Weights or Ride Height WITHOUT affecting the shock travel (amount of shaft showing)  The amount of shaft showing … or travel available … doesn’t change  Far quicker & easier than adjusting the spring seats on the shock  Takes the square end of a ½” ratchet - No Socket needed  6061-T6 Black Anodized Aluminum1-1/8” NF Jack Screws  6061-T6 Billet Aluminum Shock saddle mounts – Black Anodized Versions & Variations 3 Different CNC Billet Steel Threaded Housings to Weld on the Chassis  A = 45° Slant Top – Weld to Engine Bay Roll Cage Bars & Cross Members with Degreed Connectors  B = Flange Top – Put thru Holes You Create & Flange stops on top of Frame Rail to weld  C = Cylindrical – Put through holes you create in 2” tubing & weld flush top & bottom 3 Different Jack Screw Lengths  3” Long  6” Long  8” Long – Not Shown 3 Different Shock Head Packages  1 – Race Hardware for all shocks with 1/2" Hole x 5/8” wide Monoballs – JRI, Penske, Etc  2 - Race Hardware for all shocks with 5/8" Hole x 1/2” wide Monoballs – Ridetech, etc  3 – Not for Shock / This is the Upper Coil Spring Seat A 3” 1 2 3 C B 6” 3” 6” Suspension Components