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Terry Body Springs Only (Stainless), each

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These well proven fasteners are one of the best ways to hold noses, fenders or other pieces of bodywork to a race car. They allow the body panels to take a little "bumping" since the springs can stretch and then pull the part back into place. They are easy to install and easy to disconnect. Stainless steel construction will not chip or rust. Approximately 3 3/4" from the center of the mounting bolt to the far edge of the hook hole when relaxed. Mounting hole diameter 9/16". Sold individually.

Note: The mating Hold Down Hooks (Part No. 3002) are sold separately.

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Terry Body Springs Only (Stainless), each
 
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5.0

As hold down hooks

By g4racer

from Nashua, NH

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Comments about Terry Body Springs Only (Stainless), each:

One of the more difficult items to find. I plan is to have a G.4 will be registered and driven on the street as well as being on the track. The body springs are a necessary item to maintain the original appearance

 
5.0

Just what I needed.

By Cody311

from Tennessee

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Comments about Terry Body Springs Only (Stainless), each:

I bought these for a project car that I am putting together. I needed it to hold down my trunk since I have taken out the latching mechanism. They worked fine, but these are ONLY the springs. You will need to either make your own attachment points (I did this out of some old window locking mechanisms) or purchase them separately. Overall very pleased how these turned out. Remember to measure your area to allow for tension in the spring. They are not extremely tight until you get about 3 or 4 mm of stretch into them.

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