Eibach Front Racing Springs 9-1/2 Inch
Universal Fit, Front Position, 9.50" Free Height, 5.00" Outside Diameter, Steel, Powder Coated
- Front springs have a free height of 9.5" and a 5" O.D.
- Ground flat on one end to ensure proper fit
- Made from steel and powdercoated red for added protection
- Several spring rates are available to choose from
- Eibach guarantees that the springs will remain within 2% of their rate for the life of the product
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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