Not every T100 handles as well as its drivers would like it to. It's all a matter of preference. So, if you drive a T100 and wish it had a little more height in the suspension to help it navigate over pot-hole ridden roads; or if you need it to ride a bit lower to the ground to help you load cargo in and out with more ease, maybe it's time you installed a set of Toyota T100 leaf springs.
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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.
Speaking of a solid investment, thanks to the AutoAnything 1-year lower price guarantee, you can rest assured that you won't be able to find a lower priced set of Toyota T100 leaf springs than the ones you see right here. Well, scratch that. There's always the chance that you'll be able to find someone foolish enough to undersell us. But, if you do, all you have to do is tell us about it and we'll immediately send you a check for the price difference plus another dollar. We're even going to ship your new T100 leaf springs set right to your door, completely free of charge, just as we would with nearly all of the other car accessories we sell.