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Old March 23rd, 2016, 01:21 PM
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What Springs are these

Anyone know what these are by the color codes?
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Anyone know what these are by the color codes?
I've seen a chart with color codes before. Someone must have it linked.
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land rover spring specifications

110 Stock front set and 110 rear with load leveler.
NRC8045, D110, Front right, 14.49", 155/215 lb/in, yellow/yellow
NRC8044, D110, Front left, 15.13", 155/215 lb/in, white/white

NRC6388, D110 with load leveler, Rear passenger side*, 16.53", 180 lb/in, blue/blue
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land rover spring specifications

110 Stock front set and 110 rear with load leveler.
NRC8045, D110, Front right, 14.49", 155/215 lb/in, yellow/yellow
NRC8044, D110, Front left, 15.13", 155/215 lb/in, white/white

NRC6388, D110 with load leveler, Rear passenger side*, 16.53", 180 lb/in, blue/blue
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Need to look at other rear to see if it is the white/green other side for rear. These were on a 110 without a load leveler and it it made the truck sit super low (with cage).

Would these ideally be used by someone with a NAS 110?
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Would these ideally be used by someone with a NAS 110?
If it has a working load leveler, I would think so. I'm not sure if there are specific NAS110 specs out there.

Just measure the free lengths and see if they more or less match the chart. That will let you know if they are okay to use.
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I just realized I do have the NAS parts book...and it lists those springs for a NAS110.
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I had these on my first 110 and it was sitting low. I went to HD springs and it sat right.

This set a friend used on his ROW truck because he was told if you use them on a non load leveler truck it will sit low with them and he was right. (needed to get in a garage). It was slammed.
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On the rear, the load leveler controls the height. If the height is wrong in the rear, the leveler is not working. The front springs are the same as every 110. They make good rear lift springs for a 90...
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