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Need "NEW" 4x4 Stock Springs

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by trukman1, May 24, 2002.

  1. trukman1

    trukman1 1/2 ton status

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    Need \"NEW\" 4x4 Stock Springs

    Anybody know where to get NEW stock springs for the front of a '69 K20? I can find the rear but not the front. Thanks in advance for any help. Gary
     
  2. 70~K5

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    Re: Need \"NEW\" 4x4 Stock Springs

    I have a set of front springs off a '72 K20 with a addaleaf on them too. With the add a leaf it give you a 2" lift but it could be taken out too.
     
  3. Goober

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    Re: Need \"NEW\" 4x4 Stock Springs

    You should be able to get them from LMC Truck: www.lmctruck.com

    I don't have the catalog that covers your year but they do have stock front springs for the 1973 K20 listed for only $129. each.

    They have almost anything you might need for a truck. They still don't sell on the internet but they will send you a free catalog that you can order from. They don't have everything but they sure do have alot of oddball stuff that you can't find anywhere else.

    I had a 1975 k10 that was about 40% purchased from LMC. They are a little expensive for some items but if you NEED stock parts, they have them!
     
  4. crazydave72k5

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    Re: Need \"NEW\" 4x4 Stock Springs

    you can get new ones from www.eatonsprings.com they are the official gm springm reproducers they are kind of pricey good luck
     

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