So I bought 2 sets of these for a 88 and 89 xj definitely a 4 inch lift and not seeing any settling kind of stiff but a much welcomed change from the sponges that come stock. You will need longer u bolts your OEM rear shackles and a new rear brake line rough country makes a good inexpensive brake line and rubicon express re1220 u bolt kit is perfect the fat end of the shim is pointed to the rear and the big eye on this spring goes to the front mine were facing the wrong way upon arrival. You will also need longer shocks I used rough country n3 4-6 inch lift shocks from SD truck spring 160 bucks all 4 happy jeeping to all
By HDS customs from Florida
Super stiff springs
Yep, very stiff ride. I would suggest removing a spring before installing them. My buddy likes how it rides. Good for him, just not my liking. I'd like something more compliant. They probably won't sag on you for the next 10 years though. It just depends on what you like and what you are willing to deal with. On the streets, they are ok. Rough, but manageable. Recommend to the kiddies with Mall-Hopping Jeeps. I will modify or replace them eventually. Your taste may vary. And I have a winch & bumper up front for extra weight. I could try a couple 100# weights come to think of it. Might relax they some more.
By Original CJ7 Driver from Fresno Ca
I bought these springs to level my truck and install larger tires. I chose new springs rather than a shackle and mount kit because the springs alone are much easier to install, plus they restore any sag present in the original springs.
The springs went on as easy as could be expected but don't be surprised if you have to work and pry some to get them into position. Be careful as the unloaded front axle assembly alone weighs about 800 pounds. I would also suggest removing and hanging the brake calipers to avoid stretching the brake lines during installation.
Finally, the description of the spring states that they don't come with bushings. This is incorrect as they come ready to go so save your money and don't order additional bushings.
By Evan from Durham, NC
Ride good but wear out and sag
They ride pretty good! They are wearing out though and sagging. They look like "W's" instead of the "U's" that used to look like. You get what you pay for I guess. 02 f350 with 7.3.
By louh from Calabasas, CA
Like it but you need two people to install but it looks great
By Scott from Az
Great springs Great price
These springs worked great with my K5 Blazer and the heavy 6.2 diesel motor.
By Plowboy from Idaho
There pretty heavy duty leaf springs and you cant really beat the price. make sure if you buy these both eyes are 1.50in leafspring bushings on both ends and i recommend getting new axle shims
By clark from west milford nj
Most bang for your buck
i wish pro comp had better install instructions included. they are very vague i used a skyjacker
set of instructions i downloaded from the internet along with the pro comps to get it done.
this kit should be purchased with the carrier bearing drop kit if you have a 2 peice driveshaft.
By ox from North County SD, CA
As a women driving a big truck (as my kids call it) I felt that this set of leaf springs ride more comfortable. Rides smoother!!
By teresa from Apache Junction, AZ
Get what you pay for
4 wheel parts is the way to go for parts but you paid for what you get. If you go cheep it won't last as long or if you race and offroad your truck like I do they won't last more then a year or two with heavy loads. But they sure look sick. The micanics are awsome here. They do great work.
is this spring for the original replacement height from the factory?
david from waxahachie texas on
The EXP11411 is designed to lift the front suspension 4 inches over the original
ride height from the factory. This spring is sold each and you would need 2 each for the front along with new longer front ubolts, raised steering arm, rear blocks/ubolts and
longer front and rear shocks. If you would like a detailed quote on all of the correct parts for your make, year and model please give me a call. Thank You for your question. Jon Snyder 4Wheelparts 877-757-8444 ext 1844
from waxahachie texas on
what is the maximum size tire that can be installed with this lift
Ian from on
The EXP22410 front leaf springs provide 4 inches of lift over the stock springs and are designed to fit a maximum tire size of 35x12.50. This would fit best on a 8 inch wide rim.
These springs are sold each and do include rubber bushings with steel sleeves. The springs must be used in conjunction with PRO COMP installation kit boxes and longer
shocks. Thank You for your question.
Jon Snyder 4Wheel parts
I have a stock 2002 Excursion 7.3. Will these fit without altering anything? I want to keep it as stock as i can for my wife. What product would I need if these wont work? What extra parts would I need for install?
Brian from Carlisle PA on
Provided the vehicle is a 4x4, this leaf spring will fit your vehicle application. It's a direct bolt-on installation. We also recommend installing new u-bolts and longer shocks at time of installation. Thank you for the question.
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