TCI 1937-39 Chevy Car Rear Leaf Spring Kit
Solid Axle Rear Suspension Type, Parallel Leaf Trailing Arm Style, Leaf Spring Spring Type
- Spring is approx. 1.13" thick at the center
- Specifically made for the 1937-1939 Chevy cars
- includes 2 leaves on each side that are 2 1/2" wide
- Will lower your car approximately 2 inches from stock
- Length eye to eye measures 47.50" and is a reversed eye style
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These rear leaf spring kits are the perfect way to update the ride and handling of your vintage Chevy while also lowering the stance approximately 2 inches from stock.
- Parabolic Leaf Springs
- Shock Crossmember
- Front frame brackets
- Shackle Brackets
- 5 Hole plates
- Axle brackets
- Painted Shocks
- Polyurethane Bushings
- All required Hardware
- Detailed Installation manual
910-42237 Instructions (PDF)
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What's In The Kit
TCI Leaf Spring Complete Conversion Kit, Rear, PairPart # 91040000Qty x 1
TCI Leaf Spring Mount Kit, 1937-39 ChevyPart # 91042237-2Qty x 1
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