Pair of Very Heavy Duty Rear Leaf Springs for the Ford Transit Mark 7 2006-13 - Replaces the single leaf, 2 leaf, 1+1 or 2+1 spring (75mm wide). This is for a pair of Very Heavy Duty 4+1 leaf rear springs to fit the above mentioned vehicles and come supplied brand new, complete with U bolts and nuts. Unlike most leaf spring suppliers on the web and e-bay we are not just a "middle-man" or "importer" we actually have computer controlled furnaces on site and can tailor make springs to suit your requirements. Customers are more than welcome to inspect our manufacture process in person.Our dedicated sales team identify your specific requirements and select the appropriate specification sheet, of which thousands are kept in our technical library. This is issued to the production team as a job card, specification job cards always contain a unique job reference number enabling total traceability throughout the entire manufacturing process. Spring steel to grade 251 A58 (EN45A) is sheared to the length required by the specification and processed through the required manufacturing operations, including eye forming, drilling, punching, and wrapping. The leaves are then passed to heat treatment (1,000 - 1,050°C), shaped and oil quenched to give a quenching temperature of no less than 890°C.
After draining, they are tempered at 500 - 560°C to give the correct hardness before final adjustment to give correct shape and camber. On the final assembly line, the required components are added, i.
Bushes, clips, centre bolts, etc. To complete the spring, which is again checked against the specification sheet. The spring is then either painted or finished to the customer's requirements. The item "FORD TRANSIT MK 7 SUPER HEAVY DUTY 4+1 76MM WIDE SPRINGS (PAIR) C/W U BOLTS RWD" is in sale since Saturday, February 29, 2020.
This item is in the category "Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Parts\Suspension & Steering\Leaf Springs". The seller is "jonesspringsltd" and is located in Darlaston, West Midlands.This item can be shipped to all countries in Europe.