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Hurst 6130001 Spring Kit - Stage 1 - 2016-18 Camaro
Hurst 6130001 Spring Kit - Stage 1 - 2016-18 Camaro

Hurst 6130001 Spring Kit - Stage 1 - 2016-18 Camaro

16-18 Chevy Camaro, Front and Rear Position, Powder Coated, Gold, Pigtail Coil Spring End (A)

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Hurst 6130001 Spring Kit - Stage 1 - 2016-18 Camaro
Hurst 6130001 Spring Kit - Stage 1 - 2016-18 Camaro
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  • This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for Hurst Shifters to ship this item.
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Position:
Front and Rear
Finish:
Powder Coated
Color:
Gold
Front Suspension Height:
1 Inch Lowered
Rear Suspension Height:
1 Inch Lowered
Coil Spring End (A):
Pigtail
Coil Spring End (B):
Pigtail
Progressive Rate Spring:
Yes
Material Type:
Steel
MFG. Part #:
6130001
GTIN Code:
084829822517

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The Hurst Stage One Spring Kit for the 2016-2018 Camaro SS (Coupe and Convertible) is an excellent choice for firming up the handling of your car and giving it that “just right” stance. These springs will lower your car approximately one inch front and rear, closing up the fender gap and lowering your center of gravity for improved handling and braking. This provides a better overall driving feel while maintaining a street friendly experience. The springs are manufactured in the US and are powder coated in the Hurst Gold color. Professional installation is recommended as special tools are needed and the vehicle will require a wheel alignment after installation.

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Fits 2016-2018 Chevrolet Camaro SS Models

Notes

Professional installation is recommended as special tools are needed and the vehicle will require a wheel alignment after installation.

Notes

Progressive rate rear, constant front. Springs are 11.20" front, 12.00" rear uncompressed length. Spring rate front is 150 lbs Progressive rate rear spring 420-550 lbs
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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