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Free length of IE stg 2 front springs?.......please

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I may have asked before....but I dont recall..and I cannnot find the info...

Ill call IE if need be......

thnx!

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I may have asked before....but I dont recall..and I cannnot find the info...

Ill call IE if need be......

thnx!

Mine are 9 3/8" for the front and 10 5/8" for the rear, uncompressed, still in the box, coil end to coil end.

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The fronts will be about 9 3/8" after you cut a coil

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some inconsistencies here I see....

as per Blunts observation......

and I just measured my new unused rears sitting on the shelf...10 ".......

.hmmmmmm, whats up here?

any 1 else care to chime in?

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9 3/8" free length is standard. Variation is going to be due to older production runs (I just measured 5 sets to confirm).

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9 3/8" free length is standard. Variation is going to be due to older production runs (I just measured 5 sets to confirm).

mine are black springs, just to be clear. Andrew sent them like, two weeks ago? I feel like mine are from that run.

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9 3/8" free length is standard. Variation is going to be due to older production runs (I just measured 5 sets to confirm).

mine are black springs, just to be clear. Andrew sent them like, two weeks ago? I feel like mine are from that run.

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