Afco 1-7/8 Inch I.D. Coil-over Spring, 8 Inch, Black
Micro Sprint, Midget, Mini Sprint, 8.00" Free Height, Steel, Powder Coated, Black
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, choose AFCOILS®.
All AFCOILS® carry a lifetime warranty to remain within 2% of the original nominal free height. The 1-7/8" I.D. springs are perfect for open wheel, dwarf cars, as well as other applications with small body shocks.
- 1-7/8" diameter
- 8" free height
- Choose between 60-400 lb spring rate
- Black in color
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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