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Old 01-25-2011, 06:18 PM   #1
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progessive 3 leaf pack

This may be a dumb question but here ir goes anyway.

I was wondering if it is possible or if someone has tried to take the 1.5" three leaf pack and take out the middle leaf and replace it with a 2" AAL. I was just wondering if it can be done since I haven't been able to locate a 3 leaf pack with 2" of lift only the 1.5" version.

If there is such a spring pack like that could someone post a a link or name to google.
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Old 01-25-2011, 06:22 PM   #2
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The easy way to do it would be to simply retain the Over-load leaf, instead of removing it. That will net about 2" of lift.
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The easy way to do it would be to simply retain the Over-load leaf, instead of removing it. That will net about 2" of lift.
I may have pm'd you about this before, i have 5100's @.85 with eibach springs and don't want to change the stance i have now. Also would the overload spring help with gaining some of the weight capacity you lose with the leaf pack.
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The easy way to do it would be to simply retain the Over-load leaf, instead of removing it. That will net about 2" of lift.
Thats what I did. I was actually wondering how it rode without it?
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