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Global West Suspension Non-Negative Roll Coil-Over Front-End Kits COMST-6770BS

Global West Suspension COMST-6770BS - Global West Suspension Non-Negative Roll Coil-Over Front-End Kits

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$2,390.94

Coil-Over Kit, Non-Negative Roll, 350 lb. Springs, Front, Ford, Kit

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  • The part GLS-COMST-6770BS has an additional shipping charge of $8.00 per item due to its large size and/or weight.

Estimated Ship Date: 9/24/2014 (if ordered today) Would you rather pick it up? Select Location

Manufacturer's Part Number: COMST-6770BS
Part Type: Coil-Over Kits
Summit Racing Part Number: GLS-COMST-6770BS

Suspension Height Adjustment: 0.0-4.0 in. lowered
Coil-Over Kit Position: Front
Shocks Included: Yes
Adjustable Valving: Yes
Internal Design: Twin-tube
Gas Charged: No
Number of Valving Selections: 12
Upper Mount: Eyelet
Lower Mount: Eyelet
Shock Body Material: Aluminum
Shock Body Finish: Clear anodized
Bushing Material: Polyurethane
Bushing Color: Black
Coil-Over Springs Included: Yes
Spring Rate (lbs/in): 350 lbs./in.
Spring Finish: Red powdercoated
Crossmember Included: No
Adjustable Mounting Bracket Included: No
Hardware Included: Yes
Welding Required: No
Quantity: Sold as a kit.
Notes: Rebound shock adjustment only. Fits big block models only.
In-Store Pickup: Choose In-store pick-up (OH, GA, NV) on our web site.

Global West Suspension non-negative roll coil-over front-end kits replace the stock suspension with no welding or frame modifications, other than drilling a few mounting holes. This drag or street setup maintains a standard camber curve, which is more suited for this type of application. These coil-over shock kits allow for more lift, adjustable ride height, optional externally adjustable shocks, and a variety of available spring rates. The primary benefit of going to coil-over kits is the sensitivity of shock-to-wheel movement. This design moves the shock and spring closer to the lower ball joint, which is closer to the centerline of the tire. The closer the shock is to the centerline of the tire, the faster the shock and spring respond to input. Therefore, a small amount of shock adjustment will have a greater dampening effect.

Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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