Speedway Chrysler Type Multi-Leaf Spring, 200 Lb. Rate
Universal Fit, Rear Position, Standard Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type, 200 lbs. Spring Rate, Natural
- Circle track racing multi-leaf Chrysler-type springs
- Leaf spring features a 4-leaf design and are made from premium spring steel
- Leaf ends are diamond cut and include slider pad inserts to reduce friction
- Includes rubber front bushing
- Made in the U.S.A.
Speedway circle track racing multi-leaf Chrysler-type springs offer consistent quality at a great price! This leaf spring features a 4-leaf design and are made from premium spring steel. Leaf ends are diamond cut and include slider pad inserts to reduce friction. Includes rubber front bushing.
Made in the U.S.A.
Application Chart (GIF)
Item DetailsFront Bolt: 5/8" Rear Eye: 1"
Approx Lbs/Inch: 200
True Arch: 6.5
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