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rear leaf sag 88 K5

lizard49

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Hello all - I have seen this problem in here before but couldn't find it in the forums. My rear is sagging on my 88 K5 stock suspension. I have 210k miles on the truck. Went to Kragens and they have add a leafs, 1500 & 2000 lbs. Any suggestions? Or link for where this was gone over in the forums?

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stallion85

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click here ord Go to catalog look up 0 rate add a leafs. Also look under there project vehicles, there is a burb that they are hookin up that has em'. Great products!!! I have purchased from them a few times. So has a lot of guys from here /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
 

4xcrazy

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First, buy new springs, they really aren't that badly priced if you look around, then worry about add-a-leaves or zero rates, I have the same problem, i personally am not going to start stacking things just to try to get back to regular height. IMO, it's just not worth it.
 

lizard49

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Thanks for your advice. I don't mind adding 1 leaf; I am going to do it myself so no biggie. Kragens only wants $35-45 for the part. How much are new spings? $200? And where to buy..........? /forums/images/graemlins/bow.gif
 

4xcrazy

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Well i'm not sure about other companies, but where i bought my lift kit, they want $85/ spring, those are 4" lifted springs. Those are at Rough Country.
 
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