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      09-17-2012, 11:32 PM   #1
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Talking FS: Swift Springs (Pair) - 784 lb/in, 9" length

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      09-18-2012, 01:22 PM   #2
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do you know if these fit kw?
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      09-18-2012, 10:20 PM   #3
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do you know if these fit kw?
These springs (784 lb/in) are intended for the rear so they will fit any set-up (since our cars have the shocks and springs separate in the rear). So, to answer your question, yes they will fit. You can then get a pair of ~400 lb/in springs for the fronts and set that up with the KW struts - you might need to get new front adjusters which HPA sells.

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These springs (784 lb/in) are intended for the rear so they will fit any set-up (since our cars have the shocks and springs separate in the rear). So, to answer your question, yes they will fit. You can then get a pair of ~400 lb/in springs for the fronts and set that up with the KW struts - you might need to get new front adjusters which HPA sells.

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Yes, just replied to your e-mail. Thanks.

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Selling a pair of used (some cosmetic blemishes) Swift springs. I am going with a lower spring rate so I don't need these.

They have an ID of 60mm. The spring rate is 784 lbf/inch (14 kgf/mm). 9" length.

Z60-228-140, 9" length. ~800 lb/in.

These work great with AST 4100's for the rear, but can be used with a plethora of other set-ups.

Swift springs are, without a doubt, the best engineered springs out there.

Asking $135 + shipping for the pair.

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      11-09-2012, 03:33 PM   #7
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Great price for awesome springs. Im running CKS with Swift springs and it is beautiful.
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question. are they the same size in length and diameter as the typical rear kw springs? well i guess a better question are these these the same rear springs hpa sells with their conversion kit? if it is email me paypal info. terry.liu91@ g m a i l . c o m
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question. are they the same size in length and diameter as the typical rear kw springs? well i guess a better question are these these the same rear springs hpa sells with their conversion kit? if it is email me paypal info. terry.liu91@ g m a i l . c o m
E-mailed you a few days ago, haven't heard from you yet.
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