10 in. Coil-Over Springs
- Manufactured from high-tensile, chrome silicon alloy spring wire for high strength, consistency, and long life
- Cold wound, heat-treated, and shot-peened to ensure consistency, accuracy, and durability
- Fewer coils to create higher spring travel
- Lightweight for faster spring reaction
- Straight ground spring ends to ensure consistent accurate fitment and operation
- Silver Powder Coat Finish
High-Travel Springs Optimize Suspension Performance
JEGS Coil-Over Springs are assembled, tested, and rated to give you top performance, precision, and durability. High-grade chrome silicone steel is cold wound, heat-treated, and shot-peened for consistent, lightweight, and durable performance. When paired with coil-over shocks, these springs provide more distance between each coil for increased travel and reaction. Both ends of each spring are ground to a square, ensuring matchless suspension accuracy, and the powder-coat finish creates a protective coating and enhances the overall appearance. JEGS offers multiple spring rates and lengths for your specific application.
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