1967-1972 GM A-Body Rear Coil Springs, Stock Height
67-72 Skylark, 67-72 Chevelle, 67-72 El Camino, 70-72 Monte Carlo, 67-72 Cutlass, 67-72 LeMans
These rear coil springs are stock height and are intended for 1967-72 GM A-Body vehicles to achieve maximum rear end height. Constant Rate OE replacement coil springs restore handling and ensure that ride height and body sway are returned to original specifications.
- Spring Inside Diameter: 5.57"
- Bar Diameter: 0.56"
- Spring Rate: 141.00 Lbs Per Inch
- Load: 760.00 Lbs
- Installation Height: 9.00"
- Free Height: 14.40"
- End Type 1: Pigtail
- End Type 2: Pigtail
- Spring Type: Constant Rate
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