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Speedway Coil Spring Slider for 5 Inch Spring
Speedway Coil Spring Slider for 5 Inch Spring

Speedway Coil Spring Slider for 5 Inch Spring

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Speedway Coil Spring Slider for 5 Inch Spring
Speedway Coil Spring Slider for 5 Inch Spring
Speedway Coil Spring Slider for 5 Inch Spring
Speedway Coil Spring Slider for 5 Inch Spring
Speedway Coil Spring Slider for 5 Inch Spring
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Speedway Coil Spring Slider for 5 Inch Spring
Speedway Coil Spring Slider for 5 Inch Spring
Speedway Coil Spring Slider for 5 Inch Spring
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  • Uses an Oilite bronze shaft bushing rather than nylon, which gives a bind free coil slider which requires very little maintenance
  • Bronze bushing also resists damage from debris and requires just a light grease to keep the slider smooth
  • Any 5" diameter rear spring can be used in either 10" or 13" heights
  • A jam nut allows you to make quick adjustments and dial in your race car when track conditions change
  • An internal stop keeps the slider in place when jacking up the car, slider sold without spring

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Speedway's coil spring slider uses an Oilite bronze shaft bushing rather than nylon, which gives a bind free coil slider which requires very little maintenance. The bronze bushing also resists damage from debris and requires just a light grease to keep the slider smooth.

We use a tubular piston rod to save weight. Any 5" diameter rear spring can be used in either 10" or 13" heights. A jam nut allows you to make quick adjustments and dial in your race car when track conditions change.

An internal stop keeps the slider in place when jacking up the car. Our slider fits most popular chassis on the market. The slider's compressed length is 14" to 15-1/2" and extends to 22-1/2".

Slider sold without spring.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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Each kit from Speedway Motors is carefully packaged and delivered right to your door. Below is a list of all the items you should expect to receive when you order this kit. Some of these items may also be available for sale individually if you're here looking for replacement parts.
  • Spring Slider Only without Ends
    Qty x 1
  • Standard Steel Heim Joint Rod Ends, 1/2-20 RH Male
    Qty x 2
  • Steel Jam Nuts 1/2" 6/Pack
    Qty x 1

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