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What springs are these?

i found these rear springs for sale on CL, and the guy doesnt know what exact spring it is. im assuming its pedders. he says they measure between 8, and 9 inches from top to bottom.. Im looking for 20mm drop springs. Any ideas? ( i added the pic as an attachment)
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They are Pedders but wanting a 20mm drop with a guess of 8" or 9" isn't going to get you an accurate answer. I do have to say that I couldn't tell you though even if you did get a good measurement. Doesn't the guy know what they are?

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They were on the car when he bought it and he took them off because he was too low with 19 inch wheels. Is there a stamp on the spring anywhere? I attached a picture of his car with the springs installed and 19s.
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That's hard to tell. As far as I know there is no permanent marking. My Lovells just had a tag on them. From the picture it looks pretty low if that is a stock diameter tire. Pedders did make some that were an inch or more.

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