Posies Super Slide Springs 155R 55-56 Ford Pickup Rear Dropped Springs
Rear Position, Reverse/Standard Eye Combo Leaf Spring Eye Type, 50.75" Length Eye to Eye
- Will fit 1955-1959 Ford pickup
- Springs incorporate moly-nylon buttons that reside in die-formed pockets
- Designed to lower the ride height approximately 3" compared to stock
- Each leaf has a true arch measuring 6.88" and a spring height of 5.25"
- Eye to eye length measures 50.75"
These new multi-leaf rear springs by Posies lower your classic Ford half-ton pickup 3" more than a set of stock replacement springs. Super Slide springs incorporate moly-nylon buttons that reside in die-formed pockets at the tips of the spring leave. Replace your 50 year old stock springs with these new, computer-designed leaf springs for a much smoother ride. Springs have reduced load capacity from stock just from the fact that you are lowering your vehicle.
Does not include shackles, shackle bolts, or U-bolts. U-bolts available separately as part number 916-3326.
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