This spring is garage sale priced because it has some scratches and scuffs from being test fit.
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Any dirt oval track racer knows how harsh the racing environment can be. Tru-Coil rear coil springs are designed specifically to withstand the rigors of dirt oval track racing. These rear coil springs are the most durable on the market due to precision manufacturing and the high quality chrome vanadium steel construction. Chrome vanadium steel is a material that has amazing strength and toughness, plus it's resistance to fatigue under high temperatures is second to none. These springs are guaranteed to stay "Tru" to their rate and shape.
Tru-Coil rear coil springs have a powder coated, not painted, finish. Powder coating is tougher than paint which means it has superior corrosion protection. Offered in a stunning purple color, these coil springs can easily be seen when walking past victory lane. Varying spring rates will allow the racer a greater range in their chasiss setup. Rates start at 125 and climb all the way to 575, and are marked on the spring for easy identification. These springs are also ground flat on both ends.
To top it all off, Tru-Coil rear coil springs are affordably priced and are sure to meet the racer's budget. Such low prices make it extremely easy to experiment with different spring rates, allowing the racer to find the perfect one. Tru-Coil rear coil springs are simply the best bang for the racer's buck!
- Rear coil springs
- 10-1/2" free height
- 5" O.D.
- Chrome Vanadium Steel construction
- Guarantees consistent rates for all springs
- Powder coated finish
- Ground flat on both ends
- Purple color
For more information check out suggested spring setup chart for IMCA Modified Car andStreet Stock Car
- Black finish to be stock appearing
- Designed for use with intermediate rear suspensions
- One pigtail end, one flat ground end
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Coil Spring End (B):
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