Originally Posted by Blk04SR
Right, that is what I am afraid of...the spring wear with having weight in the bed.
^^^ well tell me what is so good about them and how they will not wear out if haul weight around in the bed...for all i know they might be custom but still have the same issue as the Deaver 10-pack...what sets them apart are they thicker leafs with more packs or what? I would have to assume they are still pretty soft and would have a thinner leaf stacking them in 10-12 packs...I dont know...????
what sets them apart is keeping arch in the spring and the springs do not go into negative arch ,there by making them last longer . thers a few other things about my springpacks that make it unique but thats for me to know and the consumer to enjoy. i would worry more about wear with a SOA leafpack than SUA.
the defined kit is a perfect match for any 2nd gen tacoma no matter what the off road discipline is . its what toyota should have put in the truck from the get go. i have 3 years of hard abuse on my prototype springs with nothing other than visual inspections. my springs in the championship winning stock mini tacoma has logged thousands of miles with no other maintenance other than visuals as well. if thats not a quality , long lasting spring i dont know what is!