101 PIECE SPRING ASSORTMENT
Worth Springing ForNo large ones, but (101) amazingly assorted small extension and compression springs -- most, but not all, 1" to 2" long. You might even find a stray torsion spring! Assorted lengths, assorted widths, assorted finishes, a sorta handy bag of replacement parts to have around the house.
Your ordinary generic everyday plain old steel hinge measures 2" long x 1-1/2" wide when open with a 1/8" axle and mounting holes just a hair under 1/4". Comes with screws, as they will. Ordinary, yes, but necessary.
Is it spring? Well, it’s a spring. This steel extension spring is technically a “short throttle return spring” and measures 2-1/4" long x 7/16", but it will be just as happy returning anything else if your throttle is already back where it belongs.
Big sack o' springs. You get (10) springs, mostly compression but probably with a few extension springs thrown in for dessert. Great for art projects, kinetic sculpture or creating tension in any number of scenarios. In sizes ranging from 3/4" long x 1/2" dia up to 2-5/8" long x 1-7/8" dia.
This small compression spring measures 1" dia x 1-1/8" tall and is made from 1/16" dia 316-type stainless steel, designed for marine or other aquatic applications. Go mount a bouncing turtle.
You could fit all of these springs in the palm of your hand, but they're still mighty handy. Steel extension springs, 1/2" long x 3/8" dia with 5/16" ID loops at each end.
You get a pack of (2) plated steel extension springs, 1" long x 3/4" dia, made from 7/64" stock. Open 9/16" loops at each end. Rated for loads up to 10-1/2 lbs, which means they're perfect for DIY scales and exercise contraptions, keeping heavy doors and gates shut, and hammocks for lap dogs.
These steel compression springs are 3/4” long x 1/2” dia and made of 1/32” thick stock. Compressed right here in the US of A.
These plated steel extension springs measure 8-7/8" long (counting loops) x 7/8" dia x 1/8". Loops are approx 5/8" ID. Rated for just under a 20-lb working load. Good for screen doors and cabinets, and for hanging things that you like to see bounce in the wind.