Posies Super Slide Spring 1002 Front Spring, 48 Inch Axle, 1 In Drop
Front Position, Reverse Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type, 31" Length Eye to Eye, 7 Number of Leafs
- Features reversed eyes for a 1" drop
- Specially designed for the 1928-1934 Ford front ends
- It is made in the U.S.A. from high grade tempered steel
- Will et your ride lower without sacrificing ride comfort
- Ends of the spring leaves of a Super Slide™ spring have a unique "dimple" shape that retains a moly-nylon button
Achieve a smoother, more comfortable ride with Posies Super Slide™ springs for 1928-1934 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.
- Made in the U.S.A. from high grade tempered steel
- Reversed eyes for a 1" drop
- Get your ride lower without sacrificing ride comfort
Item DetailsDrop: 1" below stock
Eye-to-Eye Length: 31"
Perch Bolt Eyelet Width: 34-1/2"
Spring Perch Centerline: 36"
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