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post #16 of 20 Old 07-06-2010, 10:03 AM
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Thanks for all of the responses. I'm terrible with a camera , but it is a front coil. I simply pulled it off, added the spacer and bump stop extension, and put it back on. It's dimensions are the same as my passenger side front coil: ~11.5" L and ~5.5" OD.

Here's a photo of the same coil from another angle showing it seated in the perch:

It looks like the spring is not seated in the spring pocket on the bottom, that could have something to do with the springs being crooked.


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post #17 of 20 Old 07-06-2010, 06:11 PM
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Is that a rear spring you have on there?...
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you guys are such bandwagon jumpers, one person says it and everyone agrees to act like they know what their talking about. that looks nothing like a rear coil top and bottom of a rear coil are WAY smaller in diameter than the rest of the coil and they are way shorter than the front.
No, one guy asked a question.
Why are the top and bottom coils smaller in diameter? Or so it seems in the pictures...
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post #18 of 20 Old 07-06-2010, 09:20 PM
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No, one guy asked a question.
Why are the top and bottom coils smaller in diameter? Or so it seems in the pictures...
the bottoms dont look like they are smaller at all. look at the pic above your post. plus you can tell by how many times the spring coils around its not a rear unless he have some crazy huge rear springs.

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the bottoms dont look like they are smaller at all. look at the pic above your post. plus you can tell by how many times the spring coils areound its not a rear unless he have some crazy huge rear springs.
The other pic's make it confusing...
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The other pic's make it confusing...
you're still the man, no worries i just found it funny once it was mentioned a bunch of people chime in agreeing that they were rears

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