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Posies 2035 Super Slide Leaf Spring, 41-3/8 Inch, Reverse Eye
Posies 2035 Super Slide Leaf Spring, 41-3/8 Inch, Reverse Eye

Posies 2035 Super Slide Leaf Spring, 41-3/8 Inch, Reverse Eye

35-48 Ford, Reverse Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type, 37.75" Length Eye to Eye, 7.25" True Arch

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Posies 2035 Super Slide Leaf Spring, 41-3/8 Inch, Reverse Eye
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Leaf Spring Eye Type:
Reverse Eye
Length Eye to Eye:
37.75"
Leaf Spring Width:
2 Inch
True Arch:
7.25"
Spring Height (Underside):
5.13"
Number of Leafs:
9
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
2035
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Each
Overall Height:
7.25"
Spring Eye I.D.:
0.75"

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Achieve a smoother, more comfortable ride with Posies Super Slide™ springs for 1935-48 Fat Fendered Ford front ends. The ends of the spring leaves of a Super Slide™ spring have a unique "dimple" shape that retains a moly-nylon button. This button works as a dry lubricant and stops leaf-to-leaf interference. This freedom from friction lets the spring move more easily, thereby giving a softer, quieter ride.

Low street rod spring with reversed eyes and POSIES moly-nylon buttons for a friction free smooth ride. This Super Slide Spring is engineered for a low stance, with the correct number of leaves to maintain great ride and load characteristics. Spring include steel clamps.

  • Made in the U.S.A. from high grade tempered steel
  • 1935-48 Fat Fendered Fords
  • 41-3/8" perch centerline with four-bar or split wish bones (after wishbone is modified)
  • Reversed eyes and revised arch for a 2" drop
  • Get your ride lower without sacrificing ride comfort

How to determine what length spring you need:

If wishbone is split, perch ends must be heated and bent so that spring perches are at right angle to axle and parallel with spring eyes. Correct distance between perches must be maintained. This must be done before ordering spring so distance between perches can be measured.

Leaf Spring Measuring Guide (Link)  

Posies Super Slide Application Chart (Link)

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