AFCO 20228RF Camaro/Nova Reinforced Front Segment Leaf Spring, 176 Lb.
Rear Position, Standard Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type, 176 lbs. Spring Rate, 53.5" Length Eye to Eye
- This reinforced front segment leaf spring is specially designed for the Camaro/Nova platform
- Built with a new secondary leaf design that provides improved forward bite
- Offers quicker throttle response and improved durability
- Engineered to reduce wheelbase variations during braking and acceleration
- Has a 6-3/8" arch and a 176 lb. rate
This is traction you can feel! AFCO builds these springs with a new secondary leaf design that provides improved forward bite, quicker throttle response and improved durability. The springs also reduce wheelbase variations during braking and acceleration to improve overall handling consistency.
- Fits 1967-81 cars
- Car Weight: 2500-3000 lbs
- Arch: 6-3/8"
- Nominal Rate: 176
- Most popular choice rate for stock replacement are 153 (20228LW) or 176 (20228)
Item DetailsCar Wt.: 25-3000#Act. Arch: 6-3/8" Nom. Rate: 176
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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