Diamond cut multi-leaf springs with urethane bushings provide additional clearance and improved ride quality.
Yep, very stiff ride. I would suggest removing a spring before installing them. My buddy likes how it rides. Good for him, just not my liking. I'd like something more compliant. They probably won't sag on you for the next 10 years though. It just depends on what you like and what you are willing to deal with. On the streets, they are ok. Rough, but manageable. Recommend to the kiddies with Mall-Hopping Jeeps. I will modify or replace them eventually. Your taste may vary. And I have a winch & bumper up front for extra weight. I could try a couple 100# weights come to think of it. Might relax they some more.
I bought these springs to level my truck and install larger tires. I chose new springs rather than a shackle and mount kit because the springs alone are much easier to install, plus they restore any sag present in the original springs. The springs went on as easy as could be expected but don't be surprised if you have to work and pry some to get them into position. Be careful as the unloaded front axle assembly alone weighs about 800 pounds. I would also suggest removing and hanging the brake calipers to avoid stretching the brake lines during installation. Finally, the description of the spring states that they don't come with bushings. This is incorrect as they come ready to go so save your money and don't order additional bushings.
They ride pretty good! They are wearing out though and sagging. They look like "W's" instead of the "U's" that used to look like. You get what you pay for I guess. 02 f350 with 7.3.
Are these for a cj7 also or just the cj5
Asked by Tracy from Oxford ,Al on
Hi Tracy Yes the Leaf Spring will also fit the CJ7. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from Oxford ,Al on
is this spring for the original replacement height from the factory?
Asked by david from waxahachie texas on
Hello David The EXP11411 is designed to lift the front suspension 4 inches over the original ride height from the factory. This spring is sold each and you would need 2 each for the front along with new longer front ubolts, raised steering arm, rear blocks/ubolts and longer front and rear shocks. If you would like a detailed quote on all of the correct parts for your make, year and model please give me a call. Thank You for your question. Jon Snyder 4Wheelparts 877-757-8444 ext 1844
Answered by from waxahachie texas on
Are the flat length and free length of the #51212 the same as the rear springs #51222? You have the rears listed at 45.62 and 43.00.
Asked by Dave2000 from on
Dave2000, The measurements between the two are close but not exactly the same. The free length for the EXP51212 is 42.5" and the flat length is 45". The free length for the EXP51222 is 43" and the flat length is 45.62". Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S. Ext. 4876 from on
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