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Big Block Front Coil Springs, 1964-72 GM A-Body
Big Block Front Coil Springs, 1964-72 GM A-Body

Big Block Front Coil Springs, 1964-72 GM A-Body

Skylark, Chevelle, El Camino, Monte Carlo, 442, Cutlass, Vista Cruiser, GTO, LeMans, Steel

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Big Block Front Coil Springs, 1964-72 GM A-Body
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Big Block Front Coil Springs, 1964-72 GM A-Body
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  • 1964-72 GM A-Body
  • Black vinyl coated
  • Powder coated
  • 18" free height
  • 327 Spring Rate

Details

Position:
Front
Spring Rate Range:
300 - 399 lbs.
Spring Rate:
327 lbs.
Free Height:
18.00"
Inside Diameter:
3.63"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Powder Coated
Color:
Black
Coil Spring End (A):
Tangential
Coil Spring End (B):
Tangential
Wire Diameter:
0.65"
MFG. Part #:
9105272
Sold in Quantity:
Pair

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These front coil springs are stock height and are intended for 1964-72 big block GM A-Body vehicles to achieve maximum front end height. Constant Rate OE replacement coil springs restore handling and ensure that ride height and body sway are returned to original specifications. Originally designed to fit 65-67 Oldsmobile Holiday, Cutlass, F88, Vista Cruiser, and GTO.

  • Front coil springs
  • 1964-72 GM A-Body
  • Black vinyl coated
  • Powder coated
  • 18 inch free height
  • Tangential ends
  • Steel construction
  • 327 spring rate
  • Sold as pair

 

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