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Front coil spring rate.

Hello. I am trying to find out what would be the correct coil spring rate for a mustang 2 IFS if the front axle weight is 1,740 lbs. Thank you.

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Try these guys FYI: QA1's recommendation for front/rear coil-over spring rates/lengths/dampers - Ford Mustang Forums
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Speedway also has a chart in their AFCO spring

section:http://static.speedwaymotors.com/ima...rts/AFCOIL.gif

Rough guess, 4-500 pound rate, but that final rate is dictated by inclination
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