Quote: ZUK - About how much does this process run? I've been looking for a way to get my truck's rear end back up. I've been getting quotes ranging from 250-900 for a new set of rear springs for my '93 pickup. I haul a lot of tools and I've been sitting on the overloads when empty for a while. It seems like your solution would do the trick.
You will like this ALOT BETTER than new springs.....but first, give me a measurement as shown in the top pic of this thread.
8" with minimal weight in the truck.
OK Kona....since you are local, you get first dibbs. When do you want to come over? I will assist in putting it on. Won't take but 1 hour. Downloading pics right now...........................
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