TCI 1937-1953 1/2 Ton Chevy Pickup Rear Leaf Spring Kit, 3100 Series
Solid Axle Rear Suspension Type, Parallel Leaf Trailing Arm Style, Leaf Spring Spring Type
- Designed to fit 1937-1953 3100 Series 1/2 ton classic truck with a new rear leaf spring kit
- Kits are designed to lower your truck 4-inches from stock and provide a smoother ride
- Spring hangers and shock crossmember bolt on and the axle pads are weld-on
- Shock mount crossmember measures 44" in length
- Features a parallel leaf style trailing arm
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Improve the ride, handling and stance of your 1937-1953 3100 Series 1/2 ton classic truck with a new rear leaf spring kit. These kits are desgined to lower your truck 4-inches from stock and provide a smoother ride. Spring hangers and shock crossmember bolt on; axle pads are weld-on. Kits include leaf springs, brackets, shock kit, mounting and instructions.
Note: Shock mount crossmember is 44" long
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What's In The Kit
TCI Leaf Spring Complete Conversion Kit, Rear, PairPart # 91040000Qty x 1
Mount Kit 1947-53 Chevy Box 2 of 2 BoxPart # 91043237-2Qty x 1
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