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Old 05-03-2010, 10:42 AM
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spring help please!

Where can I find the specs on the springs that came on my 1977 Pinto? I just need to know the ID, OD, spring rate, and unsprung height so I can order custom springs.

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go to a auto part store they should have a spring book and should be able to look your car up and give u all the info u need
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napaonline has lots of specs listed for various things and is a great resource


# Coil Spring Coils : 7.88
Coil Spring Free Height : 13.44"
Coil Spring I.D. : 3.51"
Coil Spring Load Height : 9.5"
Coil Spring Type : One Tangential End; One Square End
Design Load : 1388
Spring Rate : 353
Wire Diameter : .58"

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