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Old 05-20-2013, 10:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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tacoma heavy duty rear leaf springs?

so its time for my taco to get new leaf springs and i was wondering if anyone had put heavier duty leaf springs in? i dont mind if they lift the truck and inch or two i just want to put more weight in the bed and tow my 2200lb car trailer (thats empty lol) no problems, im running 235/85r16s load range e so my tires are good for it just need some more spring, mine are pretty flat right now. also i am looking for a good set of 33x12.50x15 or 31x12.50x15 in western ny or the surrounding areas. i dont care if theyre at's or mt's just looking for something to throw on to play with. thanks for any help in either problem!
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Old 05-20-2013, 11:41 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I am quite happy with my Super Springs.

They handle the weight and don`t ride as rough as just regular helper springs or custom leaf packs with extra leafs
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it looks like a very interesting concept i will definitely have to look into those
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I am quite happy with my Super Springs.

They handle the weight and don`t ride as rough as just regular helper springs or custom leaf packs with extra leafs
Curious...what did those run you?
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To be honest I am thinking right around $ 300.00 but I would have to look to be sure.

I bought them from General Spring out of Kansas City KS
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