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Old 07-05-2012, 01:11 PM   #1
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1st gen leafsprings

So I need leaf springs extremely bad and cannot find any 95-97 springs. I read somewhere a while ago that you can run the 89-94 toyota pick up leafs on the 95-97 Tacomas. Does anyone know anymore about this??
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Nope they're too long!
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Are you lifted at all? Maybe now would be a good time to swap in some Chevy leafs.
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Yeah 2.5 in the front. Is there any Chevy springs I can use and not have to relocate my mounts?
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Are you lifted at all? Maybe now would be a good time to swap in some Chevy leafs.
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Yeah 2.5 in the front. Is there any Chevy springs I can use and not have to relocate my mounts?

Ummmm, i know a guy that can help you out....
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Yeah 2.5 in the front. Is there any Chevy springs I can use and not have to relocate my mounts?
No mounts have to be moved but you get GOBS of flex lol. A friend of mine is a fabricator out of his house. He can move them if you decide to go that route.
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Why do you need the real bad? Do they go bad?
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I broke one in half so I only have 1 leaf
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I just got some all pros so I'll be taking mine off soon
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How much? And how soon?
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How much? And how soon?
I'll probably have them off by next week. 2 weeks at the latest. They are only the stock springs, no lift
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Allpros don't work for 96s..so have fun with that haha
I weld for a living and I already bought new shackle mounts and spring hangers. Its gonna be a fairly easy project and it will be well worth it for the ride and flex
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Come do mine next haha
I would if you didn't live so damn far haha, I've always loved your truck tho man
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