AFCO 270000PR Progressive Rate Torque Link Spring-5 Inch, 600-1300 Lb.
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These specially designed IMCA type torque link springs feature all the benefits built into AFCO coil-over springs. They allow all the necessary stroke lengths and will maintain height and rate for life. All AFCOILS carry a lifetime warranty to remain within 2% of the original nominal free height.
Features a progressive rate design that cushions torque to the rear tires.
- 1/8" Preload
- 1st inch - 635lbs
- 2nd inch - 750lbs
- 3rd inch - 1070lbs
- 1/4" Preload
- 1st inch - 650lbs
- 2nd inch - 800lbs
- 3rd inch - 1150lbs
- 3/8" Preload
- 1st inch - 685lbs
- 2nd inch - 830lbs
- 3rd inch - 1300lbs
Item Details5" O.D. x 6-5/8" tall
- Every AFCO Coil Spring is machine-ground on both ends to tolerances within 1 degree, and then pressed to solid height and "pre-set." This process virtually eliminates any potential for additional set.
- AFCO has made a science of optimizing the variables of material thickness and coil spacing to achieve the best possible design for each rate and height of spring in their product line.
- AFCOILS incorporate the use of super-high tensile strength chrome silicon wire for long life and and a consistent rate. All springs are cold wound on the latest automated coiling equipment and heat treated twice during manufacturing to be able to withstand even the most abusive conditions.
- To further enhance durability, AFCOILS are shot-peened and coated with a durable yellow finish.
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Q & A
Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks teamed up to build a 1952 Chevy Truck in celebration of Speedway Motors’ 65th Anniversary. Jason and Tom take a few minutes to talk about the rear suspension the team used on the truck.