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AFCO 5.5x12 Street Stock Racing Rear Coil Spring-250 lb Black
AFCO 5.5x12 Street Stock Racing Rear Coil Spring-250 lb Black

AFCO 5.5x12 Street Stock Racing Rear Coil Spring-250 lb Black

73-76 Chevy Laguna, 73-77 Chevy Malibu, 73-88 Chevy Monte Carlo, 1973 Chevy Chevelle, Black

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AFCO 5.5x12 Street Stock Racing Rear Coil Spring-250 lb Black
AFCO 5.5x12 Street Stock Racing Rear Coil Spring-250 lb Black
AFCO 5.5x12 Street Stock Racing Rear Coil Spring-250 lb Black
AFCO 5.5x12 Street Stock Racing Rear Coil Spring-250 lb Black
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AFCO 5.5x12 Street Stock Racing Rear Coil Spring-250 lb Black
AFCO 5.5x12 Street Stock Racing Rear Coil Spring-250 lb Black
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Position:
Rear
Spring Rate Range:
200 - 299 lbs.
Spring Rate:
250 lbs.
Free Height:
12.00"
Outside Diameter:
5.50"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Powder Coated
Color:
Black
Progressive Rate Spring:
No
Coil Spring End (A):
Square
Coil Spring End (B):
Pigtail
Wire Diameter:
0.564"
MFG. Part #:
25250SS
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This is Garage Sale priced because it has been installed. There are some gouges and scratches in the finish.

There's a lot riding on your springs-literally. Springs are your car's connection to the ground, and their performance is directly related to all other suspension components. Inconsistent, weak springs can cause a multitude of handling problems¬†, and, in¬†some cases, dangerous situations. When it comes to choosing coil springs,¬†there are many alternatives, but if you want the best you can get, the choice is clear: CHOOSE AFCOILS¬ģ.¬†

All AFCOILS¬ģ carry a lifetime warranty to remain within 2% of the original nominal free height. Choose your rate.¬†

Fits 1973-1983 Chevelle/Malibu; 1973-1988 Monte Carlo, Cutlass, Regal, and Grand Prix.

  • Coil spring is¬†machine-ground on both ends to¬†tolerances within 1 degree and then pressed to solid height and "pre-set" to eliminate any potential for additional set
  • Optimized material thickness and coil spacing to achieve the best possible design for each rate and height of spring in the product line
  • Super-high tensile strength chrome silicon wire for long life and and a consistent rate
  • Springs are cold wound on the latest automated coiling equipment and heat treated twice during manufacturing to withstand the most abusive conditions

 

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS   

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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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