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Factory Springs from US Late Model with AC


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Price: $120
Location: Allentown, PA, USA


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Looking to restore your car's ground clearance or planning on starting on that rally build? (lol)  These factory springs came off my 1976 2002 (USDM) with factory Behr AC.  I only mention the latter part in case there was a different spring spec for the front based on the additional weight of the AC hardware.  Completely intact, with no cut coils - I am fortunate enough to have stumbled into some new H&Rs and have clean/smooth enough roads in my neck of the woods to support that.

 

  • Front springs are marked with blue and white factory indicator paint - based a spring thread elsewhere in the faq, this means 614-636 lbs load
  • Rear springs are marked with red and gray indicator paint - this would seem to indicate the heavy duty spec (for towing) rated for 710-730 lbs load

 

$120 includes shipping throughout the CONUS (and will come in an H&R box!).

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