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Old 05-08-2018, 02:16 PM   #1
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Leaf Spring Question

We are having some suspension issues addressed and our heavy truck mechanic noticed that there were apparently two more leafs in the left rear spring stack than the right. He has not seen this before.

Comments or insights anyone?

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Someone may have added them to limit sagging and improve handling.
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Never seen a vehicle SHIP that way.. Very overweight Prior Owner?????

Option two is the right pack broke, and two got lost on the road.
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