Mike, I would like to inquire about a front spring for a 1937 Ford Coupe, at this time it has an original front spring. I would like to know what my options might be. From a single spring, to a reverse eye spring, or anything else you may suggest. Let me give you a little […]
Manufacturing Springs - Articles, Videos, and Physics
To properly manufacture springs, you need to match blacksmithing and physics to a vehicle's specific requirements. There is no such thing as 'one-size-fits-all' in suspension engineering.
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I have a street rod that uses the frame of a 1980 Cutlass LS which I believe is called a GM G Body. The car is a 1940 Ford two door coach. It has the rear springs form the original ’80 Cutlass in it and they are too weak so I use air shocks to […]
Mike, I have recently purchased a 1933 Chevrolet 4 door Street Rod, with an early ’70s 350 engine. The car was built in 1990 using a mid-60s Corvair front clip and ’72 Pinto rack and pinion steering. The front coil springs have 2 spacers and look really tired. What would you recommend as a replacement […]
Mike, I recently bought a set of coil springs for my 1969 Camaro from you and someone is telling me you have them made in China. Is that true? I can’t find any info on your website or on the box I received them in. Gary Gary, All of our springs are MADE IN THE […]
Why are EATON Corvette springs more expensive than others?
Does cutting a coil change the spring rate?
Mike, I just bought a new pair of springs from you folks for my 62 Falcon. I don’t have a warranty because I have a stroker motor installed. I installed the springs on my Falcon and noticed a decent amount of slop between my spring perch and the leaf spring center pin. I took the […]