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  • Coil Spring Compressing Tool - New ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang  - 12-3009
  • Coil Spring Compressing Tool - New ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang  - 12-3009
  • Coil Spring Compressing Tool - New ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang  - 12-3009
  • Coil Spring Compressing Tool - New ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang  - 12-3009
  • Coil Spring Compressing Tool - New ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang  - 12-3009
  • Coil Spring Compressing Tool - New ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang  - 12-3009
  • Coil Spring Compressing Tool - New ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang  - 12-3009

Item #: 12-3009

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    New coil spring compressing tool to compress the coil springs of the 1967-73 Mercury Cougar or 1965-73 Ford Mustang. This tool now comes with a bearing to make the job much easier. This spring compressor is a must for safely removing front coil springs. We also offer a 60 Day Loaner if you only need the tool for a short period of time.

    *NOTE* Not recommended for heavy duty coil springs like found on pickup trucks and full sized cars.

    Specifications:
    Weight: 6.00 LBS (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (4.53 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 8 Review(s).
    NewZealand

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    4.00 out of 5
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    an interesting tool,
    if it saves me time and grief wen it comes time to use it, it will worthwhile.

    Great Safe Tool

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    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    • Worked Great
    • SAFE
    Cons:
    I rented one of the hook style compression tools from a local auto parts store to install my springs. It worked but seemed unstable. I decided to do the Shelby/Arning Drop on my 67 XR7. I didnt want to use the hook style because it seemed unsafe. I seen this style on on here and thought it looked a lot safer. This tool worked great. I thought it was a little pricey but you can't really put a price on safety. I would recommend this tool to anyone that is removing or installing the coil springs.

    I feel very safe

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    5.00 out of 5
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    This is a great design since it captures the spring between the tower and the perch. As long as the welds hold, and they look real nice, I don't see how the spring could "launch" across the shop like is the hazard with many other compressor styles. I do however suggest a ratcheting box wrench as this is a fine thread and it take a bit of turning to get the job done.

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    5.00 out of 5
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    Did the trick.

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    I replaced all the upper arms and spring saddles(using roller baring ones) Gives my 1970 XR-7 a great stance and improved handling. This spring compressor is a well made tool and will be used many times over the next few years.

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