Heavy Duty Replacement Leaf Springs, 1964-1973, Each

DM-Part#:  2202 MFG-Part#:  42-437
These premium springs are made using high quality spring steel to assure a smooth stable ride that will last for years.

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Details
Details
These premium springs are made using high quality spring steel to assure a smooth stable ride that will last for years. They will also help lift that sagging rear end. Ford originally listed more than 24 different springs for the Mustang between 1964-1973. The parts varied only slightly, depending on body style, options, engine size, handling options, and transmission. This spring is the the Heavy Duty applications. Features O.E.M. style clamps, correct "hot cupped" ends, anti-squeak pads, front eye bushing installed and O.E.M. 4 leaf design. Spring Capacity = 655 Spring Rate = 114 # Leaves = 4 Measures (A/B) = 21-7/8 x 31-1/8 Width = 2-1/2" Includes Front Eye Bushing
Additional Info
Additional Info
DM-Part# 2202
UPC/ISBN No
Truck Line No
Oversized No
Fits Model Year 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973
Fits Model Coupe, Convertible, Fastback, Hatchback
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Install Difficulty N/A
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It's a good product Review by Jack (Posted on 1/24/2017)
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Product Questions

Still on your page.
I need to replace the leaf springs on the rear of my 68 Shelby GT350. Probably the original equipment.
It still has the air shocks from the original/prior owner on the rear.
The front end is 1" lower than stock with shorter springs.
I am concerned that replacing the leaf springs will raise the rear end up when I would prefer to have it lower than stock.
Suggestions?
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