Coil Spring Options from Ruffstuff!

Dan Fredrickson

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We have been making the many different ways to mount and use Coil Springs for a long time now. I thought it was time I showed the world if they didn't visit our website!

We can start with a simple Offset Coil bracket that has 3 different sized spring options...


A whole variety of spring tiedowns...Pigtail tiedown shown...


Then we have Link Mount/Coil Spring combination brackets...



We also have a ton of mounting options to choose from...

Coil Spring Options - RuffStuff Specialties
 
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Spook50

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Holy crap that's cool.

Man I'd love to convert my 62 to coil springs, but that'd be alot of money when all is said and done, and a LOT of work. And I would assume alot of math and I hate math :D
 

Dan Fredrickson

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I am going to use a set of these on the rear axle on my FJ45...Maybe we will finish it tommorrow afternoon...
 
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Dan, any pictures of your 45 rear set up? Do you guys do installation and fabwork, or just sell components?

Thanks,
Dan
 

Dan Fredrickson

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Dan, any pictures of your 45 rear set up? Do you guys do installation and fabwork, or just sell components?

Thanks,
Dan
Here is a portion of the rear for my 45, I will look for some larger pics...



We do not work on customers vehicles, only our own to develop new parts...
 

Dan Fredrickson

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I can't say that I have a 'kit' for doing specifically that, but depending on how far apart the coil buckets need to be, the bucket/link bracket pictured below might work.

Click on the pic to see more.
 
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