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
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.
Rear Leaf Spring Specs (GIF)
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