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Old 02-07-2013, 04:59 PM
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TTB vs Straight axle coils

got a set of coils had here forever and i dont know if they are for ttb or s/a. i was told they are for an f150 or bronco, diameter is right. they are progressive, prolly 4-6 inch lift. i know one is way stiffer than the other, but have nothing to compare to.
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Old 02-07-2013, 05:16 PM
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durr pa da duhrrr does anyone know how to tell the differance. all i can find is that ttb is stiffer. like to know if these are for ttb or not. just go have a cheeseburger.
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TTB coils will have a smaller coil at the bottom to go into the coil cup , straight axle coils are the same diameter top to bottom except at the top there is a flat part that locks into the upper bucket

The ttb coils are a much stiffer coil and do not flex as well as the straight axle ones do

Here's a pic of a few sets I had the yellow ones are straight axle and the black ones are ttb you can see how they get smaller at the bottom
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sweet thanks sky, mine are straight axle coiles, they have the flattened last quarter turn. thats what i was hoping
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