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    So i noticed my front leaf springs are either worn out or somethin because they look inverted to the rear ones. I don't know if the front leafs are supposed to look like a rainbow shape while the rear are U shaped still.
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    Since you have had a plow on it they are most likely worn out.. There should be just a little bit of arch them...


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    If you are going to replace the springs check out Skyjacker suspension. They have a 2" lift springs that are cheaper the new factory replacements and require no other mods to install.

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