Car Coil Springs
MW Components produces high-performance automotive springs including suspension springs, brake springs, transmission and clutch springs, engine valve springs, and other automotive springs for various industries and applications. Our automotive springs are found in a variety of vehicles, from standard passenger vehicles including passenger cars and trucks, commercial vehicles, as well as heavy trucks and large equipment like transit machinery. Our passenger car suspension springs are produced in the same facility as our premium racing spring brand, Hyperco. Custom automotive springs for heavy trucks, buses, and other industries are made in the US in state-of-the-art facilities.
We specialize in front coil replacement, rear coil replacement, vehicle suspension springs, and late-model replacement parts for over 30 vehicle makes including Chevy, Ford, Dodge, GMC, Honda, Mercury, Toyota, and more. Visit our online store to shop for available parts or request a quote for custom parts.
Custom Manufacturing for Car Coil Springs
Custom Automotive Springs
We don't just offer in-stock standard automotive springs; at MW Components we are known for our customization capabilities. We have over 20 US-based manufacturing facilities with a variety of specialized, state-of-the-art manufacturing and finishing equipment, access to specialty materials, and more than 100 engineering experts ready to assist you from your first prototype to full production runs. From custom suspension springs to engine and valve springs and more, MW Components has the expertise you need to make your custom design a reality.
Not sure where to start? No problem. We also offer optional design, prototyping, and tooling assistance. And for your added convenience, we offer optional value-added services including assembly, kitting, inventory management, and others.
To send us your specs or design a custom component, request a custom quote.
Car Coil Spring Manufacturing
MW Components' OE replacement springs are produced at our facility in Pontotoc, MS using the same materials, machinery, and processes used to create Hyperco suspension springs. MW Components' Hyperco brand is a world leader in premium suspension springs for racing and power sports applications. Hyperco's high-quality suspension springs have been improving ride performance since the 1960s and have helped racers achieve a legacy of winning in many notable championships. In fact, for more than 50 years, every Indianapolis 500 winner has won driving with Hyperco suspension springs. To learn more about our Hyperco performance springs for racing, visit Hypercoils.com.
Our experienced spring manufacturers perform a variety of production methods for our automotive springs, including hot coiling and cold coiling, and offer various optional manufacturing and finishing services to ensure that every part we produce meets your performance needs. The styles and configurations of springs we produce are vast and include compression, extension, torsion, pigtail, conical, variable pitch, and others.
Related Manufacturing Services for Car Coil Springs
In addition to standard engineering and manufacturing services, we offer various additional services for your convenience. Some examples are listed here.
- CAD Modeling
- CNC Machining
- Engineering & Design Consulting
- Die Manufacturing & Design
- Hot Forging
- Fatigue Testing
Finishing Services for Automotive Springs
We also offer many additional secondary finishing services to choose from to ensure your car coil spring achieves your desired look, feel, and application performance.
- Adhesive Bonding
- Cleaning & Polishing
- Heat Treatments
- Laser Engraving
- Component Sourcing & Supply
- Hardening & Tempering
- Shot Peening
Quality Standards & Certifications
At MW, we pride ourselves on creating quality products that meet or exceed industry standards. Not only do our facilities perform rigorous quality assurance testing to your specified ranges, but we also maintain several key certifications, including IATF 16949, to ensure that only the best products are shipped to you.
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