Ireland's Publication for the refinishing & associated Industries

Spring into action with Blue Print

Over the past ten years, coil spring technology has changed dramatically to produce lighter, more highly stressed springs in order to reduce weight, increase fuel efficiently, plus improve road holding and ride comfort.

However, vehicles have become heavier due to additional technology and safety features. When you combine this with the ‘less than perfect’ British roads, it’s no wonder that coil springs are one of the most commonly replaced components on vehicles outside of their OEM warranty period.

Blue Print Coil Spring Key Features:

OE Matching Quality Specification
Zinc phosphate anti-corrosion and epoxy powder coating, to prevent damage
Clear arrow and colour coded markings to ensure correct fitting and orientation
All springs go through an essential ‘Shot peening’ and ‘Stress peening’ process to increase service life
Over 850 part numbers in range, covering 1850 + applications
3 Year Unlimited Mileage Warranty

Top selling references:

ADK888334 – Front Coil Spring –Suzuki SX4 1.6i 2006>
ADK888357 – Front Coil Spring – Suzuki Splash 1.0i, 1.2i 2008>
ADK888335 – Front Coil Spring –Suzuki SX4 1.6i 2006>
ADC488345 – Rear Coil Spring – Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2DT 2006>2009
ADC488346 – Rear Coil Spring – Mitsubishi Challenger 1998> 2000, Shogun 2000>2009
ADG088351 – Front Coil Spring – Hyundai Tucson 2.0DT 2004>2010, Kia Sportage 2.0DT 2004>2010
ADT388476 – Front Coil Spring – Toyota Hilux 2.5Dt, 3.0DT 2005>
ADC488347 – Rear Coil Spring – Mitsubishi Challenger 1996>2000, Shogun Sport 2000>2009
ADC488338 – Front Coil Spring – Mitusbishi Colt 1.5DT 2004>
ADT388363 – Front Coil Spring – Toyota MR2 1.8i 2000>2004
ADC488314 – Front Coil Spring – Mitsubishi Outlander 2.0DT 2006>
ADK888311 – Front Coil Spring – Suzuki Ignis 1.3i, 1.5i 2003>