General Kinematics vibratory springs for vibrating equipment are designed for a long service life. However, should one fail, spring replacement is easy. Refer to your machine manual for specifics on component replacement, torque specifications, and other information specific to your particular equipment.

GK replacement reactor springs are extra heavy-duty for years of trouble free service, are color coded for easy replacement, and are available for General Kinematics and other brands of vibratory equipment. For compatibility questions, please contact our customer service department at 815-455-3222.

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