Adam Matthews of Eibach Springs in Corona, California gives us a factory tour showing exactly how they make their powder-coated Springs, Shocks, Struts, Suspension Kits, Alignment Kits and everything needed to upgrade performance, handling and suspension.
In the small German village of Finnentrop, Heinrich Eibach began producing springs by bringing together skilled craftsmen who shared his passion and commitment to quality. Eibach Springs has grown into an internationally renowned suspension company thanks to a guiding philosophy that combines old-world craftsmanship with a relentless pursuit of engineering excellence.
Eibach Springs are created from alloy wire specifically built for Eibach to meet its exacting specifications. Eibach’s springs are cold-wound on precision CNC equipment, heat-tempered, shot-peened, end-ground (when necessary), pre-set for fatigue resistance, phosphate-treated and powder-coated for corrosion resistance. Only then are they imprinted with the Eibach name.
Eibach also designs and markets a complete line of Eibach-tuned dampers, anti-roll bars, strut tower bars, alignment kits, motorcycle and motorsports springs.