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Ext Spring, Utility, 6 OAL, 37/64 OD, PK 3

Price $9.15 / pkg. of 3

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  • Item # 1NAF8
  • Mfr. Model # 1NAF8
  • UNSPSC # 31161907
  • Catalog Page # 2988
  • Shipping Weight 0.4 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • ItemExtension Spring
  • TypeUtility
  • MaterialHigh Carbon Steel
  • FinishZinc Plated
  • End TypeCrossover Center Loops
  • Overall Length6"
  • Outside Dia.37/64"
  • Wire Dia.0.072"
  • Load (Lbs.)19.8
  • Deflection @ Load9.75"
  • Spring Rate (Lbs./In.)4.49
  • Meets/ExceedsASTM A227
  • Package Quantity3

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The math for the listed load, deflection at load, and spring rate don't seem to make sense to me.

As far as I know, these values are interrelated:
Max Load = (Deflection @ Load) * (Spring Rate)

19.8 lb is much less than 9.75" * 4.49 lb/in, however. Are one or more of these values incorrect, or am I missing something here?
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