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55 Springs

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by ArmyFJ, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. ArmyFJ

    ArmyFJ

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    Is 100.00 a good deal for old 55 Springs? They look like they are in decent shape. Thanks.

    Matthew
     
  2. pontiota

    pontiota

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    100 is about the going rate for a usable set of springs
    I paid the same amount about a year ago
    Steve
     
  3. randle

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    i would suggest getting fj60 springs instead if your axle location plans permit. they are cheaper because there are more around. from what i understand, the center pin is offset 1.5" from center while fj55s are centered. do a search for the conversion spring bushings if you don't plan on changing spring hangers. they have them at specter offroad. if you don't mind some cutting, welding and thinking, get fj60 spring hangers from ruffstuff and fj60 spring bushings.
    thats what i'm doing.
    got my springs (two sets of rear fj60) for $75 total.
    :beer:
    ps the fj55 spring set i had made available to me would have cost $125
     
  4. projektdotnet

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    I picked up mine (the pair of rear) for $40...i love it when people don't realize what they have until it's too late :rolleyes: :bounce: