Definitions for "COIL SPRINGS"
Tapering, cone-shaped, resilient wire springs used in quality construction of upholstered furniture, mattresses and boxsprings (also called cone springs).
A spring made from wire that has been wound into a spiral shape. Coil springs are used in the suspension of many vehicles
Wire coils used in more expensive upholstered seating pieces to give a desired resiliency and firmness to the seat and back.
Keywords:  bumps, smoothest, keel, absorb, ride
Absorb bumps and supports vehicle ride height.
Large metal coils that cushion and absorb the shocks and bumps as the car is driven. They work with the gas filled shock absorbers to keep the car on an even keel while giving you the smoothest ride possible.