Tru-Coil® Street Stock Racing Coil Springs, Rear, 7 x 14 Inch
Hobby Stock, Rear Position, 14.00" Free Height, 7.00" Outside Diameter, Powder Coated, Black
Tru-Coil Racing Springs® street stock rear coil springs are the best on the market hands down! These street stock rear coil springs are designed exclusively for oval track racing, and are guaranteed to exceed expectations no matter what the track conditions are. Oval track racing conditions can be very rigorous, and that's why these coil springs are constructed from chrome vanadium steel. Chrome vanadium steel is a premium material that has unbeatable strength and toughness, plus is fatigue resistant to scorching hot temperatures. Tru-Coil Racing Springs® front coil springs are guaranteed to stay "Tru" to their rate and shape.
Along with a chrome vanadium steel construction, these rear coil springs have a powder coated finish. Powder coating is tougher than paint, resulting in a more durable product with superior corrosion protection. Tru-Coil Racing Springs® street stock rear coil springs feature a stealthy black color that looks like a stock spring, and performs like nothing else! They can be used with shims or weight jacks and come in various rates ranging from 175 to 300. Varying rates allows a racer a greater range in their chassis setup. Spring rates are marked on the coil spring for easy identification. These street stock rear coil springs feature pig tails on both ends like a stock spring.
On top of superior strength and durability, incredible variety, and stealthy look, Tru-Coil Racing Springs® street stock rear coil springs are affordably priced! Such low prices make it extremely easy to experiment with different spring rates, allowing the racer to find the perfect one. You just can't find a better value on the market today. Don't settle for second place, slap some of these Tru-Coil Racing Springs® street stock rear coil springs on your street stock car and bring home the checkered flag!
- Street stock rear coil spring
- Chrome Vanadium Steel construction
- Guarantees consistent rates for all springs
- Can be used with shims or weight jacks
- Black "stealth" color
- Powder Coated
- 14" free height
- 7" diameter
- Pig tails on both ends like stock spring
- Varying rates from 175-300
- Sold each
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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