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XHD Leaf Springs* (Original Equipment)
These extra heavy-duty springs are just like the bias springs that were stock on 1968-72 A-Body with high-performance 340 engines and 1967-71 B-Body and 1970-74 E-Body with 440 or 426 engines. They fit 1964-75 A-Body, 1966-72 B-Body (22" front, 36" rear), and 1970-74 E-Body regardless of engine size. Front bushings installed.
Competition Leaf Springs* (Super Stock)
These springs control torque roll, providing equal bite on rear wheels and eliminating axle windup. The rear doesn't lock up; it moves and keeps tires planted. Rear springs have a 20" front segment & require a longer hanger bracket for B/E/F/H-Bodies (not included). A-Body uses standard brackets.
Oval Track Leaf Springs*
These reissued springs are ideal for oval track vehicles and widely used on dirt track race cars. 20.5" front, 35" rear. 120 pounds-per-inch spring rate.
*All sold individually
Are these leaf springs jeggs sell identical to original. 1 side has 1 more leaf than the other I’m looking to install in my 1969 Dodge Charger with 440. 500 hp. I remember this motor came with an additional spring on bottom also. Lmk. Thanks
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