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  1. #1
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    Default Nee source for a 100#- 150# buggy spring

    Where can I get one?

    Only need one.
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    I wouldn't think a spring weighing 100-150 pounds is what is needed for a buggy. Maybe that size would work on a Hitch wagon, but might be overwhelming on a light buggy. Did you actually put it on a scale?

    Best place to find carriage springs is Witmers in Penn.

    Phone is 717-656-3411.

    Address is, Witmer's Coach Shop, 1070 W. Main St., New Holland, Pennsylvania 17557

    I would call and talk to them, they offer a huge variety of carriage parts. Springs in every design and shape. Hope you find the spring you need.



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