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Old 04-22-2010, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default Will springs (Eibach ERS) eventually fatigue?

I was interested in getting a pair of Eibach ERS springs. They were autocrossed pretty hard 9 times, with less than 1500 miles.

Do these springs fatigue? Will they still be rated at 500#?

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Anyone...engineers?
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Yes they will eventually begin to sag, after 1500 miles, not likely.
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