The Dodge Van is a transportation icon. In the 70's, it was a popular conversion van. Think shag carpet and cressent moon windows. In the 80's, the Dodge Van became a popular luxury cruiser, complete with raised roofs, captain's chairs and televisions. From the 90's on, it's become much more refined, and it's now a favored commercial tool. So, respect your van and replace those broken Dodge Van leaf springs today. AutoAnything has all your Dodge Van springs at really low prices.
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Reviewed By Ron L (Ellensburg, WA)
—6/8/2017 10:08 AM
I have a 2013 Nissan titan, Lots of power, I hall gravel in a dump trailer, usually about 8,000 pounds. was sagging before adding helper springs. Remember to allow about 3/8 inch gap at both ends of U bolt shackles.
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