QA1 12-525 Coil Spring, 525 lb Spring Rate, 2-1/2 In ID, 12 In length
Dirt Late Model, Legends, Midget, Pavement Late Model, 500 - 599 lbs. Spring Rate Range, Steel
Available in a chrome plated or silver powder coated finish, QA1 offers 2-1/2" I.D. Coil Springs in 6" and 14" free lengths. Made with the highest quality materials, QA1 springs are strong, consistent and have a long life. All QA1 springs are lifetime guaranteed to remain within 2% of the original free height and rate under normal operating conditions.
- All QA1 springs are manufactured using the highest quality materials for high strength, consistency and long life.
- All QA1 springs go through intensive manufacturing processes to ensure consistency, accuracy and durability
- All QA1 springs are ground at both ends to ensure straight, consistent and accurate operation
- QA1 springs are either silver powder coated for excellent longevity, or are polished and chrome plated for the ultimate in appearance
- All QA1 springs are clearly marked with the free length of the spring and spring rate for quick and easy identification
- All QA1 springs are lifetime guaranteed to remain within 2% of the original free height and rate under normal operating conditions
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