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Moroso 47165

Trick Front Springs 1700-1750 lbs 241 lbs/in



Moroso 47165

Part Number: 710-47165

Trick Front Springs
  • 1700-1750 lbs; 241 lbs/in
  • $127.23
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    Moroso 47165 Trick Front Springs 1700-1750 lbs 241 lbs/in $127.23

    Moroso 47165 Details

    Fits:

  • 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird, Big Block Chevy*
  • 1964-67 Chevelle / Malibu / Special / Skylark / GS / Regal / Cutlass / 442 / Tempest / LeMans / GTO, Big Block Chevy*
  • 1968-74 Chevy II / Nova / Apollo / Omega / Ventura, Big Block Chevy*

    Front End Weight: 1700-1750 lbs
    Spring Rate: 241 lbs/in

  • Specifications:

    Spring Type
    Coil
    Bushings Included
    No
    For Street Use
    No
    Front Leaf Spring Bushings Included
    No
    Maximum Front-End Weight (lbs.)
    1,750
    Minimum Front-End Weight (lbs.)
    1,700
    Progressive Rate Spring
    No
    Quantity
    Sold as a pair
    Spring Position
    Front
    Spring Rate
    241 lbs./in.
    Spring Finish
    Black powdercoated
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    47165

    Moroso designed their trick front coil springs to ''store'' energy for instant, maximum weight transfer for launching. The springs are tall and constructed from small diameter wire to be the correct rate for the particular listed application, although slight trimming may be required to achieve the desired ride height. Sold in pairs. For drag racing only; NOT for street use.

    Features
  • Designed for drag racing where maximum weight transfer is needed
  • Trick front springs are tall small wire diameter coil springs that hold a great amount of stored energy for instant weight transfer
  • Replaces stock OEM spring with no modifications
  • 2 springs per package

    Note: To get the desired front end height, it may be necessary to modify the springs. If it is too high it may be lowered by cutting off one-half of a coil Many factors affect the front end height Wheel offset is a major consideration A front wheel offset to the outside will increase leverage of the lower A-frame against the coil spring, and the nose of the car will be lower Disc brake spacers will further affect the height Adding or removing as little as 50 lbs can also make a big difference Take this into consideration when adding a fiberglass hood, aluminum heads, or when putting the battery in the trunk Although these changes will affect the height of the car, the spring rates will be unaffected as long as you stay within the guidelines.


    * Other GM-built engines can effect front end weight significantly. Weigh front end to ensure proper spring selection.

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