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- Add a leaf and stop the squat with Tuff Country Add-A-Leaf Springs
- Economical way to lift your leaf spring-equipped vehicle
- Provides additional strength to old, weak leaf springs
- Every Tuff Country Add a Leaf are designed to increase your payload capacity
- Ideal for use with vehicles that have winches or snowplows
- Includes the center pin to ease installation
- Your Tuff Country Add a Leafs carry a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Give your back-end a little boost with Tuff Country Add-A-Leaf Springs. Crafted to fit into your factory leaf spring stack, these economical upgrades deliver strength, lift and increased payload capacity to your truck or SUV. Includes center pin. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Tuff Country Add-A-Leaf Springs Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Chris Y (Florissant, CO) Reviewed for a 1996 Toyota T100 — Dec 20, 2017 12:13 AM
I restored my Toyota truck's rear suspension to better than original with a set of tough country add a leaf springs. I really like the springs and what they did for my truck. However the centering bolts they included where garbage. The directions said not to use a airgun or they might strip I used a 3/8 hand drive and the bolt still striped and the leaf pack sprung apart while I was bolting it together. I used my own real automotive bolts and it ended up working out great.
Reviewed by Bruce R (RAVENNA, OH) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford F-150 — Dec 13, 2017 10:38 AM
A properly designed add a leaf should be long enough to fit in between the other leaf lengths. About 32 inches in length. This one is the same length as the factory overload leaf. Useless in my opinion. It will ride rougher and will have a shorter life span. I will most likely have to send these back. I have bought another pair from somewhere else that were about 42 inches in length.
Reviewed by Carroll J (Palm Springs, FL) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford F-150 — Dec 06, 2016 7:43 PM
installed a belltech lowering kit on my '16 F150 and rear was way too low and on bumpstops, belltech support useless. So tried these on a wim, perfect cure for a poorly designed kit by Belltech
Reviewed by jake h (ALOHA, OR) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford F-350 — Nov 19, 2016 9:31 AM
Gave exactly 2" of lift. Perfect if you lifted your Super Duty and the rear ended up lower than the front. Ride is still good, I can't tell a difference.