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Old 08-14-2019, 02:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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stock rear leaf springs?

I have a '91 Toyota truck that badly needs new rear leaf springs.

Does anyone make 'stock' replacement springs at all? I can't seem to find them and don't wanna lift it.
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I need new springs because I live on a 6 mile mountain dirt road. I'm basically 'wheeling every time I drive. I also haul water.

Ended up buying a pair of CS019R OME. 1.75" lift. Guess I'll figure out how to lift the front a bit to match...
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I need new springs because I live on a 6 mile mountain dirt road. I'm basically 'wheeling every time I drive. I also haul water.



Ended up buying a pair of CS019R OME. 1.75" lift. Guess I'll figure out how to lift the front a bit to match...
Good on you for going with the OME, they make great springs!
Since you haul stuff and wheel your truck Everytime you drive (jealous!) The little bit extra height will really help. Maybe the rear end doesn't "squat" as much.
For the front, you could always crank your torsion bars up a bit. But then again, everyone on here will tell you to SAS... For good reason too, but if you don't want a lot of lift... Just keep the IFS.

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I am researching total chaos right now. I seriously live on a pretty rugged mountain road that is pretty rough. I don't wanna SAS as I already have two other 'wheeling rigs with solid axles.
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I am researching total chaos right now. I seriously live on a pretty rugged mountain road that is pretty rough. I don't wanna SAS as I already have two other 'wheeling rigs with solid axles.
I get what you mean, the solid axle trucks definitely ride connected.

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