These perches are unique in that the spring mounting surface is 2 1/2 wide so the whole spring will rest on the perch. Other perches that are bent on a press brake only support the middle part of the spring. It is fabricated from 5/16 high-strength steel plate.
These spring perches were part of my first Solid Axle Conversion on my rig. They are well built, extremely thick, and have a beautiful flat and long surface on which the leaf spring sits.
I have no real qualms with the product's quality, other than they don't quite sit as low as I would like. Anybody doing a Solid Axle conversion on their IFS trucks with Spring-Over leaves know how crucial it is to minimize gained lift from the transformation.
If I had to re-do my conversion, I would have cut down these perches to be as low as possible to my axle tubes, as a personal preference. Instead, I added some lift to the rear of my rig.
I don't regret buying these perches. They are over-built.
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