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RideTech 11012350 Front Coil Springs, 55-57 Chevy Car, S/B
RideTech 11012350 Front Coil Springs, 55-57 Chevy Car, S/B

RideTech 11012350 Front Coil Springs, 55-57 Chevy Car, S/B

55-57 Bel Air, 55-57 One-Fifty Series, 55-57 Two-Ten Series, 55-57 Nomad, 1957 Del Ray, Steel

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RideTech 11012350 Front Coil Springs, 55-57 Chevy Car, S/B
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RideTech 11012350 Front Coil Springs, 55-57 Chevy Car, S/B
RideTech 11012350 Front Coil Springs, 55-57 Chevy Car, S/B
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  • Fits 1955-1957 tri-five Chevy including Bel Air, 150 and 210 models
  • Provides approximately 1.5" of lowering
  • Made from steel and powder coated blue
  • Springs are CNC cold-wound from high tensile premium steel
  • Feature a dual rate design

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Position:
Front
Front Suspension Height:
1.5 Inch Lowered
Rear Suspension Height:
1.5 Inch Lowered
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Powder Coated
Color:
Blue
Progressive Rate Spring:
Yes
Notes:
These springs will provide a lowering effect of approximately 1.5"
MFG. Part #:
11012350
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StreetGRIP front coil springs improve the handling, ride quality and stance of your 1955-1957 tri-five Chevy including Bel Air, 150 and 210 models. They feature a dual rate design which gives your classic the best of both worlds. The "soft" spring section helps your car to comfortably transition over small road irregularities. As your car's springs further compress -- such as when encountering large bumps and cornering loads -- the design transition to the firmer spring rate. StreetGRIP coil springs are CNC cold-wound from high tensile premium steel by then powder-coated for long-lasting, consistent operation. RideTech works closely with Hyperco, our technology partner, to develop B-body-specific springs for exceptional performance and comfort.

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