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Toyota Tundra Leaf Springs

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SuperSprings Reviews


nice product

Reviewed By todd m (Pomfret Center, CT) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tundra —3/14/2012 10:33 AM

These spring installed fairly easily - I was able to use 2 large pairs of channellocks to compress them during installation but a large C clamp would have been nice. Taking my time to make sure everything was alligned & so as not to lose an eye they took about 3 hrs to install. Once installed they raised the rear of the truck about 2.25". When I hoooked up my 5k lb trailer it dropped the rear of the truck almost as much as when the springs weren't on so I was a bit concerned, but after driving down the street I noticed the difference immediately, no more wallowing over bumps and they seem to help a little with sway. The rear end is deffinately stiffer when the truck is empty - I get a little hop over highway expansion joints. I'll probably install a front leveling kit to get the truck leveled off again. Component quality looks good, let's see how they hold up.

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Skyjacker Add-A-Leaf Springs Reviews


Prevents bottoming out

Reviewed By Thomas B (Denver, CO) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Colorado —4/12/2015 8:31 PM

Bought to assist worn springs from too many loads of sand. Wasn't looking to lift but it did add about 3" or so. A lot less expensive than replacing the stock spring pack and used spring packs are tough to find. Lots of wd40 and a breaker bar to remove the 10 year old u-bolts and spring bolts. Need decent jack stands and floor jack and a 1/2" torque wrench. Nice message on the back of the instructions.

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Hellwig EZ Level Helper Springs Reviews


Nice looking, easy to install

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.

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