Coil Springs: Variable Rate
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Coil Springs: Variable Rate
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MOOG Coil Springs: Variable Rate

Part No. CC653 Warranty Details  

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MOOG Problem Solver products incorporate proven design and engineering features to ensure like new steering, ease of installation and longer life. MOOG is the preferred steering and suspension parts brand of professional technicians and NASCAR Crew Chiefs.

Product Features:
  • Variable rate coil springs automatically adjust to changing conditions and loads to maintain proper chassis ride height and smooth ride characteristics.
  • Ideal for family transportation, work trucks and sales fleet vehicles.
  • Powder coated to protect against corrosion, which can cause coil spring fatigue or fracture.
  • Worn or sagging coil springs can cause premature tire wear due to vehicle misalignment.
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Bushings Included:No
Front Spring Included:No
Number of Pieces:2
Progressive Rate Spring:Yes
Rear Spring Included:Yes
Rear Spring Length:13.4 in
Spring Color/Finish:Black

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  • Q:

    Installation instructions. Like do
    I have to separate a ball joint. Thanks Russ
    Asked on 4/2/2015 by tuffruss

    1 answer



      I'm happy to help, Tuffruss! These MOOG Coil Springs: Variable Rate (Part No. CC653) for your 1992 Oldsmobile 88 Royale LS 3.8L V6 do not require ball joint separation to install. I suggest purchasing a repair manual for your vehicle for detailed replacement instructions and torque specifications.

      Answered on 4/2/2015 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
  • Q:

    What is the difference between the variable rate and standard coil springs?
    Asked on 10/11/2011 by Anonymous

    1 answer



      The difference between the two is that, while constant-rate springs have equal spacing between all coils, variable-rate springs have increasingly wider spacing between coils, starting with the narrowest spacing at the top.

      Answered on 10/12/2011 by DIY Daniel from AAP
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