My son has a 99 XJ and the rear springs are sagging significantly. He does not have alot money so I was wondering if I could use an old spring that I have cut the ends off of it and install it in the leaf pack like a Add-A-Leaf. The springs that I have are significantly thicker than the stock leaves. If you think it will work where in the pack should it be installed.
I have no clue what the leaf is out of. It was here when I moved into my house. Upon closer inspection it is a single leaf that has broken in half. The whole leaf, both parts together, is about 50 inches long.
You can buy a set of S-10 leafs from the junkyard and build a set of bastard packs for around 50.00, that would be the best option in your situation. An AAL or a set of shackles won't help much with already sagging leafs.
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