Eibach 15 Inch Rear Racing Springs
Universal Fit, Rear Position, 15.00" Free Height, 5.00" Outside Diameter, 5.00" Inside Diameter
- Rear springs have 15" free height and 5" O.D.
- Ground flat on both ends for better fitment
- Made from steel and feature a red powder coated finish
- Several spring rates to choose from to custom fit your application
- Eibach guarantees their springs will remain within 2% of their spring rate for life
As racing get more sophisticated, you need higher quality components to give you that competitive edge. Eibach springs give you that edge with their state-of-the-art manufacturing and tolerances. Eibach springs remain within 2% of their spring rate for the life of the springs.
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