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Calvert Racing 220-34
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Calvert Racing Split Mono-Leaf Spring

294-220-34

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$429.00
Calvert Racing Split Mono-Leaf Spring $429.00
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Split Mono-Leaf Spring
  • 1962-1967 Chevy II Nova
  • -1" Ride Height
  • Pair
  • Calvert Racing 220-34 Details

    GM

    Requires Adapter Plates #294-SP-1.

    Calvert's Split Mono-Leaf Springs are the prefered drag race leaf spring by racing enthusiasts across the world. These leaf springs are substantially lighter than multi-leaf springs, saving unsprung weight. Complete with aluminum bushings in the front eyes and urethane bushings in the rear eyes, split mono-leafs put the power to the ground. Made to work in conjunction with Calvert's CalTracs Traction Bars for maximum traction. Available in various ride height options, and includes heavy duty alignment spring clamps. Sold as a pair.

    Features:

    • Lighter Than Conventional Multi-Leaf Springs
    • Aluminum Bushings in Front Eyes
    • Urethane Bushings in Rear Eyes
    • Works in Conjunction with CalTracs
    • Includes Heavy Duty Alignment Spring Clamps

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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