Universal Outboard Rear Shock Tower Kit Short GenRight




Product Details

This is a shorter and thinner version of our RSM-1001 outboard rear shock towers for the Jeep Wrangler TJ, Jeep LJ, Jeep YJ or CJ-7. It is designed to accept 2.0 inch shocks. It is a perfect way to convert your rig to outboard mounted shocks.

The clean and simple design which frenches (recesses) into the side of your Jeep's frame and maximizes your dampening control at the wheel. The tower is designed to allow you to position the shock in the optimal position for your wheelbase.

  • Laser cut from 3/16 inch thick steel and CNC formed.
  • Optimal shock position for maximum dampening control.
  • Allows you to run outboard mounted shocks without cutting through the rear inner fender well.
  • MIG welded by GenRight artists.
  • Super wide shock mount opening (1-3/4 inch wide) will not bind on the shocks eye.
  • By relocating the shocks outboard, it allows for more exhaust routing options.
  • Can be used with 2 inch diameter coil over or regular type shocks (that use a 1/2 inch bolts).
  • Can be used on standard coil spring or leaf spring type vehicles too!
  • Made in USA


  • (2) Upper Shock Towers (Frame Side).
  • Includes Grade 8 1/2-20 shock mounting hardware and correct width spacers.
  • These mounts are universal and can be cut or trimmed to be mounted in any position.
  • The towers can be trimmed to fit from 8 inch to 12 inch travel shocks and is perfect for most vehicles.
  • We recommend and sell the KING 2.0 inch or FOX emulsion type shocks (in coil over or non-coil type).
  • Can be used with stock or after market bump stops. Compatible with most body lifts 2 inch or less.


  • Must be used in conjunction with a separate bump stop (do not use the rubber bumper on the shock as a bump stop) These can be purchased at GenRight SUP1002 and SUP1020.
  • We offer several different Lower Shock Mounts (the Axle Side).
  • Lower mounts are welded onto the rear axle housing, near the brake caliper and do not hang down.
  • Depending on the width of your rear axle, the rear caliper may need to be flipped from the rear of the axle to the front to allow the lower mount to be moved out further.

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