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High Arch Transverse Rear Leaf Spring, 39 Inch
High Arch Transverse Rear Leaf Spring, 39 Inch

High Arch Transverse Rear Leaf Spring, 39 Inch

Rear Position, Standard Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type, 39" Length Eye to Eye, 5 Number of Leafs

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High Arch Transverse Rear Leaf Spring, 39 Inch
High Arch Transverse Rear Leaf Spring, 39 Inch
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High Arch Transverse Rear Leaf Spring, 39 Inch
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Position:
Rear
Leaf Spring Eye Type:
Standard Eye
Length Eye to Eye:
39"
Leaf Spring Width:
2-1/4 Inch
Spring Height (Underside):
15.5"
Number of Leafs:
5
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
91043102
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Spring Eye I.D.:
0.75"

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These universal transverse rear leaf springs are perfect for those wanting to build a tradional looking T-bucket or Model A hotrod. Each cross spring is made from high grade tempered spring steel and is 2-1/4" wide, 39" eye-to-eye, and has 5 tapered leaves. Raises 6" to 8".

Five leaves, each 0.25" thick 

Spring eyes are 3/4" I.D. Black steel finish.

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