Coil Spring Pair 6-Cylinder/Small Block 1967-1970

CJ's Part Number: CS8304
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Product Description

Pair of Coil Springs for 1967-1970 Mustangs with a Inline 6-Cylinder or Small Block V8 Engine.

These coil springs are built to replace original equipment springs, returning ride height and body sway to original performance levels. Replacing your worn coil springs can also restore your Mustangs handling back to factory standards.

Made from heat-treated alloy steel to ensure the coils rebound fully and eliminate sagging. They also feature an enamel coating that helps resists corrosion and extends service life.

Coil Spring Specifications:
- Coil Spring Diameter: 5/8"
- Un-installed Height: 17"
- Installed Height: 12"

Tech Tip from CJ Pony Service: In order to achieve a desired ride height, the coil springs typically need to be cut.

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Mustang Applications

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Product Reviews

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Better than before
After putting these springs on my V8 coupe I measured my wheel we'll height to be four inches higher than the tire. I had to take it back off and cut two inches off, so it would sit level.
Tom October 7, 2014
Not for a 6 cylinder
Ride height is way too tall and the springs feel very stiff.
May 2, 2012
perfect
Used on 69 coupe with 302. perfect fit, finish of paint on these are great-really has a nice shine to see when peaking behind wheels. be sure to get a good spring compressor these have plenty of strength. No trimming of the spring was needed for me, which is better than what I've heard about other 'generic' springs
rslorenz March 8, 2012
installation
I was a bit leary to buy this part because i did not know for sure how it would sit, The guys at C J informed that it would be stock height and for me it work out I had additional 2 spring inserted in the rear and was concerned how it would look like ,but I trusted their advice and turn out just right for me So far i am pleased just about everything.floor pan thickness.??
jerry austin March 8, 2012
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