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jcWhitney leaf springs

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by otisringle, Jul 22, 2006.

  1. otisringle

    otisringle 1/2 ton status

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    Save your money, I wouldn't buy anything from them. I take it you're just looking for replacement stock springs and not a lift. Where in CA are you located?
     
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    I live up north in Eureka. I just need some replacment springs for my stock blazer. No lift or anything.
     
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    Those look like they are priced per spring. You can find brand name springs that you know what you are getting.
     
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    They're not even single tapered, I'd stay away from those.
     
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    I got some stock rear's from there (for my 52" front conversion) and in less than a year they sagged about 3", and 2 of the leaves were big W's. I pulled out the bad leaves and put in some leaves from another spring and they're doing a whole lot better now.

    I'll never buy them again.
     
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    At $102 each you can easily pick up some good aftermarket springs to replace yours and get a much better ride as well
     
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    The J.C. in their name stands for Junk Crap, I know a few people who've gotten stuff from them, no happy endings.
     

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