Super Glide® Front Spring, 48 Inch Axle, Reverse Eye, Plain
Universal Fit, Front Position, Reverse Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type, 31" Length Eye to Eye, Natural
- Leaf spring measures 31" long eye to eye
- Spring measures 1-3/4" wide, with an underside height of 4.75"
- Features Super Glide® nylon button inserts
- Offered in Reverse eye, and 1" lowered
- Quality tempered steel features a plain finish
Achieve a smoother, more comfortable ride with Speedway Super Glide™ springs for your 1928-1934 Ford front end! The ends of the spring leaves of a Super Glide™ spring have a unique nylon button which works as a dry lubricant to significantly reduce leaf-to-leaf friction. This allows the spring to move more easily, thereby giving a softer, quieter ride.
- Quality tempered steel
- Reverse eyes for a 1" drop compared to standard eye spring
- Bare steel finish
- Spring Width: 1-3/4"
- Spring Mount Centerline: 36-3/8"
- Free Arch: 4-3/4"
- Drop: 1"
Leaf Spring Measuring Guide (Link)
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