Posies Super Slide Springs D445 55-59 Chevy/GM Pickup Front Springs
Front Position, Reverse Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type, 43.5" Length Eye to Eye, 2 Number of Leafs
These Dual-Flex front springs by Posies lower your classic Chevy 1/2-ton pickup 3" more than a set of new replacement springs. The unique 2-leaf tapered design offers a better ride and provides a 100% increase in safety over mono-leaf springs.
Includes new U-bolts for easy installation.
Note: If used in conjunction with a dropped front axle, you may encounter bump steer and tie rod issues.
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Q & A
Tim talks about what options we have for hot rod shocks.
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