Stainless Steel Spring Clamps, 2 Inch Wide Leaf Spring
Universal Fit, 2.25" Overall Width, 1.16" Inside Length, 1.70" Depth, Stainless Steel
Stainless steel spring clamps to keep your front or rear cross spring in alignment. Works with all brands of leaf springs.
To determine which spring clamp will fit your application, use a tape measure, ruler or caliper to measure the width of the main spring leaf (not length of leaf or leaf thickness) and order the spring clamps for that width. Some later fat-fendered Ford cars used the 2" wide springs in front.
- Stainless steel
- Hex head - 7/16" Wrench
- 1/4"-10 thread pitch
- Under-head bolt length - 2.70" long
- Bolt hole diameter - 1/4"
- For 2" wide leaf spring
- Works with all brands of leaf springs
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