Posies Super Slide R36L 35-36 Ford Rear Leaf Spring-2-1/2 Drop
Rear Position, Reverse Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type, 41.75" Length Eye to Eye, 9 Number of Leafs
- Gives you a 2-1/2" drop compared to stock
- Specifically designed for the 1935-1936 Ford
- Eye-to-eye center measures a total of 41-3/4"
- They are made in the U.S.A. from high grade tempered steel
- Provides that lowered stance without sacrificing load capacity
This Posies Super Slide transverse rear leaf spring features a domed pocket at the end of each spring leaf which houses a moly-nylon button. The buttons reduce friction between the spring leaves resulting in a smooth, comfortable ride. This spring is computer designed to offer a lowered stance while maintaining proper load capacities.
- Made in the U.S.A. from high grade tempered steel
- 2-1/2" drop compared to stock
- Lowered stance without sacrificing load capacity
Item Details2-1/2" drop, 46-1/2" perch centers
- 2-1/4" wide leaves
- 41-3/4" eye-to-eye centers
- 3/4" eyes
- 9-leaf design
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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