Forged Mono-Leaf T-Bucket Front Spring
Universal Fit, Front Position, Reverse Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type, 26" Length Eye to Eye, Natural
- Engineered to be simple to change out
- Ride height can be simply adjusted by adding spacers above or below the spring
- The varying thicknesses along the length and width of spring provide strength and flexibility
- Made from durable steel with a natural, unpainted finish
- Eye-to-eye length measures 26" and is 1-3/4" wide
If you want to upgrade your solid axle front end without the hassle of welding and grinding, this mono-leaf spring may be your answer. They are simple to change out and you can adjust ride height by adding spacers above or below the spring. Varying thicknesses along the length and width of spring provide strength and flexibility for your vehicles suspension.
- Reverse eyes
- 1-3/4" wide
- Unpainted steel construction
Leaf Spring Measuring Guide (Link)
Item Details26" Eye-to-Eye
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