Reviewed By william b (Sacramento, CA) Reviewed for a 1972 Chevy C/K Pickup —2/5/2009 10:08 PM
These springs are awsome!! Get yourself a good set of gas shocks like bilsteins and your truck will ride like a cadillac!!
Reviewed By David F (Bloomington, IN) Reviewed for a 1995 Chevy C/K Pickup —1/9/2009 2:14 PM
My '95 Chevy K1500 truck had a "rear sag" look. I didn't want a fancy suspension lift, so I got Skyjacker Add-A-Leafs (2 pieces of bent steel made to fit truck springs). Comes with 2 new center bolts but NOT new U-BOLTS. BUY NEW U-BOLTS, b/c mine were so rusty they broke off undoing them. Installation is hard b/c of the work of raising the truck off axle & doing all the old nuts & bolts. 4-5 hours for me & friend to do both sides of truck (& add 2 new normal shocks). The Add-A-Leaf raised my truck rear 3-4 inches!! (leaving in bottom original leaf) and it looks TOUGH!!!
Reviewed By Brandon L (PLEASANT VALLEY, MO) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Silverado —2/25/2015 2:41 AM
These springs were packaged nicely and came quickly from auto anything. Mine were painted nicely in a grey and black "hammered" type paint. They were pretty easy to install (impact gun highly recommended for old rusty u-bolts). They raised the rear end by about a half inch and it seems like the rear end sags about a half inch less with a load. The ride is noticeably better under load with no bouncing around or sway like before. Definitely worth $100.