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Old 06-24-2007, 10:13 AM   #1
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Default I need some really stiff 1/10 onroad springs,how do i know the stiffness?

I need some really stiff 1/10 onroad springs to hold up a 1/8 scale inferno,but dont know how to tell wether they are stiff or not, They have numbers and some have rates of lbs, but how do i Know? please help
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Associated tc3 springs are made in heavy rates. I don't think you can fit any onroad spring on a inferno though.I was building a 8th scale dirt oval car and tried that myself.
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coil spings work like this
the thicker the gauge the stronger the spring
The number of coils or turns is the progression rate.
less coils means a higher rate or stiffens as its compressed.
you can measure the gauge with calipers.
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