Wehrs WM414-7 Suspension Load Pull Stick, 7 Inch
- Able to change coil springs with ease
- Load pull stick has a total length measuring 7"
- It allows you to change springs with ease and accuracy
- The stick bolts in where the shock goes on a shock separate suspension
- Gives you the ability to pull the race car down to dynamic attitude to find your compressed loads and also check for suspension binds
This load stick bolts in where the shock goes on a shock separate suspension. The stick allows you to change springs with ease and accuracy, along with being able to pull the race car down to dynamic attitude to find your compressed loads and also check for suspension binds.
- Change coil springs with ease
- 7" Load Pull Stick
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