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Comments about MOOG Coil Spring Set:
Does a great job of restoring orig ride height. Truck corners better than new now with the Moog springs.
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Q:this spring looks alot different than the one i took off my truck i just want to know if this spring will fit my truck. is this a newer design or something
A:Hi Josh, glad to help you! This part is an exact front coil spring set for your 1998 Chevrolet S10 4.3L.
Q:hi, I have a Chevy 2002, S10, 4.3L V6, crew cab, LS...with air as that seems to make a difference. It is not the Z or sport package or the Extreme, in case that is different.
A:Great question, DonutHunter! These coil springs for the front suspension. Currently, the exact rear springs for your vehicle is unavailable online. I would suggest that you visit your nearest Advance Auto Parts store to check the availability of this part.
Q:What tools are needed to install the coil springs and are there any special tricks to getting the coil springs compressed for installation on a 2001 Chevrolet Blazer LT?
A:Great question Jerry, things required to replace the coil springs are 1/2-inch ratchet and socket set, 3/8-inch ratchet and socket set, cotter pin puller, needle-nose pliers, open-end wrench set, 24-inch pry bar, jack, jack stands, cotter pins, and tire iron. Instrutions for compressing a coil spring for installation. Install the spring compression tools on opposite side of the same spring. The lips of the tools should seat firmly around the opposite sides of the same spring coils, so that when compressed the spring will be straight, not crooked. Turn the bolt-screw on top of each of the compression tools so that the spring is compressed. Make a few turns on one tool, then the other, monitoring the pressure on the spring as you go to make sure it compresses evenly. Continue checking to make sure the spring tools maintain a strong, even grip on the coils of the spring. Install the compressed coil spring in the vehicle. Make sure it's properly attached--consult your vehicle's maintenance or repair manual for details--before loosening the compression on the springs. Release tension on the compression tools by turning the bolt-screw on first one, then the other tool, a few rotations at a time. Make sure the spring continues to seat properly as it expands and that the tension is released slowly and evenly. Remove the spring compressions tools from the spring only once tension has been completely released.