Super Glide® T-Bucket Front Spring, Standard Eye, Chrome
Universal Fit, Front Position, Standard Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type, 26" Length Eye to Eye, Chrome
- Leaf spring measures 26" eye to eye
- Measures 1-3/4" wide, and a 4-1/2" underside spring height
- Super Glide nylon button inserts
- Features standard spring eyes
- Comes in a chrome plated steel finish
Achieve a smoother, more comfortable ride with Speedway Super Glide™ T-bucket front leaf springs. 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.
Four-leaf design with standard spring eyes and a chrome plated finish.
Leaf Spring Measuring Guide (Link)
Item Details26" Eye-to-Eye
- Leafs: 4
- Free Arch: 4-1/2"
- Spring Eye-to-Eye: 26"
- Approximate Spring Mount Centerline: 31"
- Spring Width: 1-3/4"
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