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Rear coil springs #1074998 11/07/14 06:56 AM
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bombardj1 Offline OP
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I noticed when checking my fuel tank for the back splash of gas. That I have a broken coil spring. I think I can get stock ones for a little bit over $30 at rockauto made by Moog part numbers 81381. Besides the dealer does anyone know where I can get the rubber seats ?


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Re: Rear coil springs [Re: bombardj1] #1074999 11/07/14 06:40 PM
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Other than the dealer or a salvage yard, I don't know where else to get them. But they aren't fancy items. You can fabricate one from any basic form of rubberized sheet, such as indoor/outdoor v-groove matting, preferably the type with fabric mesh in the base. You can get the matting at HD or Lowes. I'd double the thickness on the matting by meshing the v-grooves together. You could glue them together with contact cement to keep them solid. Just a thought...


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