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AFCO 20231HDRF Chrysler Reinforced Front Segment Leaf Spring - 166 lb
AFCO 20231HDRF Chrysler Reinforced Front Segment Leaf Spring - 166 lb

AFCO 20231HDRF Chrysler Reinforced Front Segment Leaf Spring - 166 lb

Rear Position, Standard Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type, 166 lbs. Spring Rate, 6.63" True Arch

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AFCO 20231HDRF Chrysler Reinforced Front Segment Leaf Spring - 166 lb
AFCO 20231HDRF Chrysler Reinforced Front Segment Leaf Spring - 166 lb
AFCO 20231HDRF Chrysler Reinforced Front Segment Leaf Spring - 166 lb
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AFCO 20231HDRF Chrysler Reinforced Front Segment Leaf Spring - 166 lb
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Position:
Rear
Leaf Spring Eye Type:
Standard Eye
Spring Rate:
166 lbs.
Length Eye to Eye:
50.88"
Leaf Spring Width:
2-1/2 Inch
Suspension Height Adjustment:
Stock Height
True Arch:
6.63"
Number of Leafs:
5
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
20231HDRF
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Front Eye I.D.:
1.5"
Rear Eye I.D.:
1"

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This is traction you can feel! AFCO builds this spring with a new secondary leaf design that provides improved forward bite, quicker throttle response and improved durability. This spring also reduces wheelbase variations during braking and acceleration to improve overall handling consistency.

  • Fits 1966-74 Mopar B body cars
  • Car Weight: 2800-3200 lbs
  • Arch: 6-5/8"
  • Nominal Rate: 166
  • Popular choice rate for stock replacement is 142, 4" arch (20230)
  • Car Wt.: 28-3200#
  • Act. Arch: 6-5/8"
  • Nom. Rate: 166

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