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Howe Racing Enterprises 30254 Linear Bearing Coil Spring Slider
Howe Racing Enterprises 30254 Linear Bearing Coil Spring Slider

Howe Racing Enterprises 30254 Linear Bearing Coil Spring Slider

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For those of you looking for that extra little edge over the competition, this is it! Instead of a bronze bushing, these sliders use linear-bearings. This means that instead of the shaft rubbing against the bushing, it now rides on ball bearings. That allows more consistent suspension movement without binding.

Use with 5" O.D. springs (not included). Slotted spring plate for fast spring changes. Threaded body allows easy adjustments. Can use 10" to 13" tall springs. Compressed length is 14-1/2" and 22" extended. Includes 1/2" rod ends.

Spring not included.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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