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Lisle 62300 Coil Spring Compressor - Universal, Sold individually
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Coil Spring Compressor Guides

Coil Spring Compressor: Solving Your Suspension Spring Problems

Replacing or servicing a bad suspension spring could be a lot easier if you have a coil spring compressor in your garage. This is the appropriate tool used by your trusted mechanic when removing your old compressor spring or fitting in a new spring for your vehicle. It is just right to own one, but in the search for the perfect compressor for all your suspension spring problems, don't forget to check the:

Type of the coil spring compressor

  1. Internal. This style of compressor is best used for independent suspensions like MacPherson struts and parts that are easy to access like the shock absorbers. If you have this type of suspension in your ride, the internal coil compressor is the best for you.
  2. External. Dependent and conventional suspensions have a few obstructions that can restrict the use of an internal coil spring compressor; hence, the use of an external type is necessary. If you have this type of suspension, don't settle for anything less than this tool.

Parts of the coil spring compressor

  1. The threaded rod is the main structure of your compressor. It is where the jaws and tightening nut are threaded. The thread also works as adjustment level for the jaws, which in turn are the parts that hook and keep the spring from flying off. Ensure that this part is made from reinforced or heat-treated stainless steel or alloy, which are known for their superb durability and resistance against extreme conditions.
  2. The tightening nut is threaded on the rod and works as a lock for the jaws of the compressor. It also serves as an absorber of the tension that is transferred to the compressor. Get one that is made from equally heavy-duty material as the rest of the tool.
  3. The jaws of a coil spring compressor are the most important in the assembly. They come in pairs and are threaded on the rod facing each other. Each has hooks on both sides where the spring will be clasped and kept from bouncing. Ensure that this part is solid and is designed to match the specifications of your coil.

The fit of the compressor

Simply choose the compressor that best complements your suspension spring's specifications and is made from heavy-duty materials. If cost should be a problem, just pick a cheaper choice from a trusted manufacturer.

Coil Spring Compressor Maintenance: Tips on Making it Last

Maintaining and servicing your suspension is made easy with a coil spring compressor. This is a tool that you can use to safely remove and install coil springs. As you know, each of your suspension springs is compressed to a level that can cause fatal accident in case it is allowed to bounce off. Besides, it needs to be compressed again to its original form before re-installation. The same is true with a new spring. Having a good coil spring compressor is therefore a necessity, and keeping it in good condition is wise. But how do you maintain or service this tool? Here are some of the most basic ways:

  1. Using the soil spring compressor properly is the rule of thumb. Make sure that you always clamp the jaws of the tool to both of your spring ends before rotating the adjuster nut with a socket and ratchet. If you don't, the tension on the threads of the rod may leave marks on it. This will cause your tool to lose these threads, and you will be required to get a new compressor.
  2. Cleaning your coil spring compressor before and after use will also help keep this tool at its best working state. Since it will be used to remove your spring, it is not far from getting soaked with grease and dirt. Cleaning it up right after each use will surely keep unwanted elements, especially corrosive agents, from damaging your compressor.
  3. Lubricate your spring compressor to make it last longer. Grease, oil, or any suggested lube for your compressor will keep its parts from getting stuck and difficult to use. Applying any of these lubricants regularly will also keep your tool good as new.
  4. Store your coil spring compressor at room temperature. Too much heat and moisture can make room for corrosion, so make sure your tool is taken care of appropriately.

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