Scott Drake Coil Spring Progressive Rate Pair Small Block 1967-1970

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Product Description

Pair of Scott Drake Progressive Rate Coil Springs for 1967-1970 Mustangs with a Small Block Engine.

These springs allow your Classic Mustang to take advantage of the latest suspension technology and perform more like a modern sports car. They really do give you the best of both worlds. A fairly stock smooth ride during normal driving, but as the springs compress under load (primarily during braking and cornering) they progressively become firmer very quickly to offer the handling characteristics similar to our 600 pound performance springs, but without sacrificing ride comfort.

These progressive rate springs are suitable for long pleasant family road trips as well as a variety of autocross and race courses. These are a little more money, but well worth it if you are looking for the best money can buy. Made exclusively for Scott Drake in the USA by a premier OEM supplier.

Scott Drake's Progressive Rate Coil Springs feature: Hot wind from SAE5160H, oil quench, temper, water quench, shot peen, preset, 100% load test, ground flat and black powder coating.

*Note: 1970 351C cars can choose either Small Block or Big Block springs based on the car's options. Cars with heavy factory cast-iron intake, power steering or air conditioning might be better suited with the Big Block version but can choose the Small Block version as well. On all other 351C applications the Small Block version is recommended, as the car may sit higher than preferred if there is not enough weight over the springs.

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Functionally Good
These work well but are only coated with a layer or two of paint. Huge chunks of it came off in shipping and installation due to the spring compressor. If you are concerned about how your spring looks, you will want to find a powder coated spring or repaint these after installation.
Eric May 17, 2013
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