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Floating Saddle Mount

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These clever mounts let you put a tab anywhere you want on a chassis tube with no welding required! Simply clamp it to your tube using two of our T-Bolt Clamps (Part No. 3614, sold separately). The tab is perpendicular to the tube (a bolt through the tab will be parallel to the tube). A small ridge at each end of the saddle keeps the hose clamps in place. Excellent for mounting control cables, brake lines, or bodywork supports. 1/8" thick chromoly tab is TIG-welded to the 1/16" thick chromoly saddle. All sizes have a 3/8" diameter hole.

NOTE: Despite their robust construction, these mounts are for mounting non-critical items only! They are NOT to be used for mounting suspension parts or driver restraints. SCCA specifically prohibits the use of hose clamps for mounting window nets.

Suggested uses:
Mirror mounts
Brake line mounts
Throttle cable or sway bar adjuster cable mounts
Switch panel mounts

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Floating Saddle Mount, Fits 1.00" Diameter

$32.99In Stock


Floating Saddle Mount, Fits 1.125" Diameter

$34.99In Stock


Floating Saddle Mount, Fits 1.250" Diameter

$34.99In Stock


Floating Saddle Mount, Fits 1.375" Diameter

$34.99In Stock


Floating Saddle Mount, Fits 1.500" Diameter

$34.99In Stock


Floating Saddle Mount, Fits 1.625" Diameter

$34.99In Stock


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Simple and convenient

By Mike

from Kennesaw GA

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Comments about Floating Saddle Mount:

Great for mirrors, and even better when you're trying to find that perfect place to mount a blower fan or any other device that needs a test run before deciding on it's final resting spot.

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