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1964-66 GM A-Body Rear Coil Springs, Stock Height
1964-66 GM A-Body Rear Coil Springs, Stock Height

1964-66 GM A-Body Rear Coil Springs, Stock Height

Skylark, Chevelle, El Camino, Malibu, 442, Cutlass, GTO, LeMans, Rear Position, Steel

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1964-66 GM A-Body Rear Coil Springs, Stock Height
1964-66 GM A-Body Rear Coil Springs, Stock Height
1964-66 GM A-Body Rear Coil Springs, Stock Height
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1964-66 GM A-Body Rear Coil Springs, Stock Height
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Position:
Rear
Spring Rate Range:
100 - 199 lbs.
Spring Rate:
138 lbs.
Free Height:
15.00"
Inside Diameter:
5.52"
Material Type:
Steel
Progressive Rate Spring:
No
Coil Spring End (A):
Tangential
Coil Spring End (B):
Pigtail
Wire Diameter:
0.56"
MFG. Part #:
6197
Sold in Quantity:
Pair

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These stock height rear coil springs are for your 1964-1966 GM A-body vehicle. These coil springs are sold in pairs.

  • Spring size: Inside Diameter 5.54", Bar Diameter .531", Installed Height 9.78"
  • Load rating: 628 lbs.
  • One tangential and one pigtail end
  • All coil springs meet or exceed OEM (original equipment manufacturers) standards

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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