Total Control Products Leaf Spring Mid-Eye 1" Lowering 4-1/2-Leaf Pair 1965-1973

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  • 4-1/2 Leaf Pack
  • Mid-Eye Configuration
  • 140 Lb. In Spring Rate
  • Lowers Approximately 1"

Pair of Total Control Products 4-1/2-Leaf 1" Lowering Mid-Eye Leaf Springs for 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs.

Fix your sagging rear and bouncy ride with upgraded leaf springs from Total Control Products. TCP leaf springs are manufactured from the finest alloy steel and offer the best quality on the market. This pair of leaf springs features a four and a half leaf count which is recommended for moderate performance and spirited street driving. The addition of a half leaf provides stiffness between the forward eye and the axle. Extra stiffness increases resistance to spring wrap-up. Leaf count determines ride quality and performance level. The 4-1/2-leaf count has a 140 pound per inch spring rate.

- 4-1/2-Leaf
- Mid-eye configuration
- Lowers your Mustang approximately 1 inch
- 140 lb/in spring rate
- Polyurethane front eye bushings

Mid-eye leaf springs have a counter bend at the base of each eye which repositions the mounting bolts to sit along the centerline of the spring stack. This brings the axle closer to the chassis which results in your Mustang being lowered half the diameter of the springs eyes, or approximately 1".

Front eye bushings are included and made from a polyurethane material. This material has a significantly higher durometer making it more difficult to compress which results in reduced deflection and better handling.

Total Control Products' 4-1/2-leaf mid-eye leaf springs are great for replacing and upgrading your worn out leaf springs. Fix your Mustang's long lost stance while increasing performance. The mid-eye configuration provides a 1" drop but TCP offers 4-leaf and 5-leaf configurations for increased/decreased spring rate and performance/streetability. For those looking for a lower ride height, TCP offers their reverse eye leaf springs which offer a 1-1/2" drop and the same handling performance.

Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following Mustang years:

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I have a 1966 Mustang GT coupe. It came with a 110lb/spring rate. The Total Control mid eye that you offer shows to have 180lb/spring rate. Will this make the car ride rougher/firmer?

Asked by: dane
The higher spring rate will give a firm or stiffer feel than the stock spring.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-11-17
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