Reviewed By Eric M (SONOMA, CA) —5/4/2015 1:05 AM
These springs significantly improved the drivability of my 1997 Toyota Tercel. I replaced the struts/shocks at 200K miles, but the car just never handled that great. The car has 250K miles on it now and I thought the struts/shocks needed to be replaced again, but this time I wanted to add stiffer springs. I bought these TEIN S.TECH springs after reading the reviews, plus thought a slight lowering would help. OMG, the car is so much better. It no longer wallows in the turns.
Skyjacker Softride Lifting Leaf Springs
Reviewed By Travis K (WILLITS, CA) —5/3/2015 10:10 PM
I love these Leaf Springs. Installed them a few days ago to replace the horrible stock Toyota Tacoma Springs that were horribly worn out after 10 years. The truck drives like new again and I am loving it. Looks great as well. For the price these are well worth it, especially since I was able to have my brother install them for free at his shop!
Reviewed By Brian F (Windsor, MO) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Ram —5/3/2015 5:35 PM
After many years Rancho has yet to improve the plastic adjustment knob. Be prepared to replace the adjustment knob periodically. There are a variety of ways to lube the plastic knob setup, I don't have enough time to say whether it works over the long term (e.g. 3-5 years). Regardless of the flaw, when it works there no other shock I'd choose for my '08 Ram Quad Cab 1500.