Big Block Front Coil Springs, 1964-67 GM A-Body, Non A/C
64-67 Buick, 64-67 Chevy, 64-67 Oldsmobile, 64-67 Pontiac, Front Position, 265 lbs. Spring Rate
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These 1964-67 GM A Body front coil springs are stock height and intended for Non A/C big blocks. These springs are designed to lower stresses for longer service life. Powder coated to protect against corrosion, which can cause coil spring fatigue or fracture. Urethane protective tubes that will outlast competitors PVC tubes. All front coil springs are 100% load tested. Replaces worn or sagging coil springs that can cause premature tire wear due to vehicle misalignment.
- Steel construction
- Black color
- Powder coated finish
- Tangential ends
- 265 spring rate
- 18.63' free height
- 3.63' inside diameter
- Sold in pairs
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