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Anyone have the dimensions of these springs?
 
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Anyone have the dimensions of these springs?
Have mine sitting on a shelf, what dimension are you looking for?
 
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Have mine sitting on a shelf, what dimension are you looking for?
OD, ID and length would be great! Thanks
 
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Originally Posted by Johnny DB View Post
OD, ID and length would be great! Thanks
Good morning, all dimensions are a close apx. as the spring is housed in a casing and I don't want to remove it.
OD 1.069" (27.15 mm)
ID .790" ( 20.07 mm)
L 2.500" ( 63.51mm)
Hope this helps you out.
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Thanks!

Wonder if you can get a higher spring rate so it "helps" you out a little more:

https://www.mcmaster.com/9620K41
https://www.mcmaster.com/9620K31
 
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Originally Posted by Johnny DB View Post
Thanks!

Wonder if you can get a higher spring rate so it "helps" you out a little more:

https://www.mcmaster.com/9620K41
https://www.mcmaster.com/9620K31
This is helpful, would have been nice to have this info before I "sprung" for the cost of a complete unit as I could have just replaced the spring alone for a lot less money. Anyhow, replacing the stock clutch assist assy because of little to no resistance. Will look into different springs if I the stock gt3 unit too stiff. Let me know if you have any luck in the spring department :-)
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Originally Posted by bushrat View Post
This is helpful, would have been nice to have this info before I "sprung" for the cost of a complete unit as I could have just replaced the spring alone for a lot less money. Anyhow, replacing the stock clutch assist assy because of little to no resistance. Will look into different springs if I the stock gt3 unit too stiff. Let me know if you have any luck in the spring department :-)
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Very interested in how just swapping out the spring helps the feel/drivability wo/BBI slave installed. Looking frwd to your response.
 
 
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