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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-24-2000, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
 
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Stock spring measurement

Anyone have a front Samurai spring not mounted on the vehicle???? If so, could you please measure the spring from center to center of the spring eyes and also from the center of the front spring eye to the bolt that holds the springs together. Thanks.

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Re: Stock spring measurement

Alright, I know someone has to have a stock front spring lying around, please help me. Thanks.

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I have one, I will check on it tomorrow

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Re: Stock spring measurement

Hey now, I am back, so you know who to call! Checked 4 different springs, and they all came out at 36.5" eye to eye.

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Re: Stock spring measurement

Thanks Tim. I'm still undecided about my front springs. I've been driving it with no problems. Now I've got to install those brakeline extensions. BTW I think I'm gonna have to use on of those 1/2" spacers on the front driveshaft. With the front driveshaft compressed, there was about 1 5/8" between the flanges. Is that too much??

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