Coil Vs. Leaf Springs?

Answer As most trucks and many older cars come with leaf spring suspensions from the factory, the debate over which is best has a complicated history. Though coil springs have been around for nearly a hu... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Coil Vs. Leaf Springs

How to Cut Coil Springs?

Lots of people want to make their cars sit lower, but not everyone has the extra cash floating around to purchase a new set of springs. One other option is cutting your coils, which has a few benef... Read More »

Do coil springs go bad?

Yes, a coil spring can go bad. There is no standard life expectancy, and they don't experience a lot of wear. However, they are essentially bent metal supporting the weight of your automobile. I... Read More »

How to Install Leaf Springs?

Leaf spring suspensions are one of the most common forms of rear axle alignment and ride control for American cars. New and old versions of this suspension type can be found on millions of cars and... Read More »

How to Fit Trailer Leaf Springs?

Leaf springs have been used on vehicles for over a century. A leaf spring is made from a flat bar of steel that has mounting holes at each end. Most leaf springs are made of several layers of sprin... Read More »