Coil Springs

1. Role of Coil Springs

Support the vehicles weight and absorb the impact of the road condition

Increases the life of the shock absorber and all suspension components (including tyre)

Together with shock absorbers they make up the vehicles suspension system which keeps the tyres in contact with the road.

2. Why change Coil Springs?

To return the vehicle to the correct ride height

To maintain tyre contact with the road surface

To improve road handling

To improve wheel alignment

To save money by increasing shock absorber life

3. When should Coil Springs be changed?

When broken – always replace in axle pairs

When fatigued (sagging) – always replace in axle pairs

Shock absorbers should also be replaced at the same time – always replace in axle pairs

KYB began as Kayaba Research Center, founded in Japan on November 19, 1919 by Shiro Kayaba. Having established itself in the manufacture of hydraulic dampers, the company became known as Kayaba Manufacturing Co., Ltd. in 1935. The company grew steadily, and in 1959, was listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

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