14'' Chrome Coil Springs
QA1 springs have some of the finest features on the market today. They use only the finest grade silicone/vanadium spring wire available, precision wind it and then give it a chrome finish to protect against corrosion and give it a show quality look. As with all of their products, QA1 springs are dyno tested to insure that each spring is within 5% of its advertised rate. Sold individually.
Why Choose a QA1 Spring?
- Chrome Silicon Steel (CrS)
All QA1 springs are manufactured using the highest quality materials for high strength, consistency and long life.
- Cold Wound - Heat Treated - Shot Peened
All QA1 springs go through intensive manufacturing processes to ensure consistency, accuracy and durability.
- Squared Ends
All QA1 springs are ground at both ends to ensure straight, consistent and accurate operation.
- Protective Coated
QA1 springs are either powder coated and chrome appearing for excellent longevity, or are polished and chrome plated for the ultimate in appearance.
- Lengths and Rates Marked
All QA1 springs are clearly marked with the free length of the spring and spring rate for quick and easy identification.
All QA1 Chrome Plated Coil Springs have 2-1/2" ID
QA1 2-1/2" Coil Springs are also available in Powdercoated
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