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Help identify springs from a picture, 4", 6", or 4"rear

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by nofeartruckin00, Jul 20, 2004.

  1. nofeartruckin00

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    Help identify springs from a picture, 4\", 6\", or 4\"rear

    Selling my springs, and they have been sitting for a while, and don't remember which set is which. I have 4" fronts, 4" rears, and 6" fronts. The set on the left and the middle set are the exact same length eye to eye, and the set on the right is longer taller and has more leafs in the pack. So i think it goes
    From left to right:
    4" fronts, 6" fronts, 4" rears.
    Springs in a row
    Any guesses? I don't want to sell someone the wrong part /forums/images/graemlins/doah.gif

    Thanks in adavance!
     
  2. Muddytazz

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    Re: Help identify springs from a picture, 4\", 6\", or 4\"rear

    That would be my guess also.
     
  3. 55Willy

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    Re: Help identify springs from a picture, 4\", 6\", or 4\"rear

    4" ranchos front, 6" superlifts fronts and 4" 52" long rancho rears. /forums/images/graemlins/whistling.gif
     
  4. Blue85

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    Re: Help identify springs from a picture, 4\", 6\", or 4\"rear

    If you know the manufacturer, you should be able to look up their spring specs for length and free arch. If the springs are used, account for a bit of sag.
     

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