Scott Drake Leaf Spring 4-Leaf Standard Duty Pair 1965-1973

Scott Drake: C5ZZ-5560
MSRP: $211.10

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Product Description

Pair of Scott Drake 4-Leaf Standard Duty Leaf Springs for 1965-1968 Mustangs.

Premium springs made in the USA using high-quality steel. This spring is standard-duty and may raise your car above original stock height, depending on the total weight of the vehicle. This is especially true on early model 6-cylinder cars.

-OEM style clamps
-Correct "hot-cupped" ends
-Anti-squeak pads
-Front eye bushing installed
-OEM 4-leaf design

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Installation Instructions


Difficulty: Moderate

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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fit and finish were good, raises rear end a bit
The fit and finish were good. They did raise the rear end about 2" higher than the stock 50 year old springs on a '65 straight 6 coupe with a shelby drop on the front end. This was most evident in the gap between the tire and the fender when comparing the front and back.

Buy the new mounting hardware kit! It is a must since the existing hardware is pretty rusty and difficult to remove. I would recommend urethane bushings. As the rubber one's I installed to make noise a bit.

The first side took over 1.5 hours, the second side to less than 30min. Here's why....I learned it is easiest to trim the tips off of the front mounting bolts with a sawzall so you don't have to run the nut over all the rust. I also found it much easier to take the nut off of the bolt that goes through the frame mount bushing in the rear and push the mounting bolt out about 1/2" and cut the head off with a sawzall. Then pull it toward the middle of the car. I also ended up cutting the shackle bolts due to rust. Be very careful not to cut into the axle housing.
Jon R. September 27, 2014
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