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|Front Spring Included:||No|
|Number of Pieces:||2|
|Progressive Rate Spring:||Yes|
|Rear Spring Included:||Yes|
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Comments about MOOG Coil Springs: Variable Rate:
Moog still seems to make a lot of stuff in the USA and as of 3/9/10 these springs are USA made. I put these in my '95 Buick Roadmaster Wagon and they raised the rearend up about 1 to 2 inches higher than the sagging old springs. I also installed the Airlift 1000 airbags inside of the springs for additional sag free load capacity. Switching over to the airbags from the air shocks is highly recommended. This way you can buy high quality shocks for the rearend rather than the short lifespan airshocks from Monroe or Gabriel. My only complaint about these coil springs is about the protective coating. First, it could be more evenly applied at the factory. [...]My complaint about the coating is common with the other brands too.
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Q:are there two springs, or are they sold separately?
A:Hi Noah, good question! Yes, this Moog Coil Springs: Variable Rate - Part No. CC623 is sold as a pair.
Q:are these for the rear?and will they fit my 95 impalass in the rear.they are both b gm b bodies?
A:No they are not for a 1995 impala SS.
A:He asked "will they fit" Yes they will. The Impala SS and the Caprice are the same car. Stock Impala's sit lower than a stock caprice, that is why I assume the poster said they would not.