I have a 92 XJ Laredo with a sagging rear end. The leaf springs are pretty much flat. I'm afraid they might start curving downward. Any ideas how to fix this? Would an add-a-leaf kit be sufficient? I have been pondering a 3" lift for a while, but don't exactly have any money. Aww...the college life!
Go to a spring shop, and ask them to add a leaf, they can add one leaf to the bottom and it will correct, you springs, or lift it a little it all depends what you want.
I had a YJ with a plow and the front end used to come down to meet the plow instead of the plow going up, I had one leaf added at the spring shop, new U bolts leafs and labor was 100 bucks, no rust in my eyes priceless...
I have rear springs out of a 96 i wanted to get rid of, i was going to put them in my 89 but i'm getting a lift instead. Might need new bushings cause they were cut out with torches and the junkyard slightly burned them. I will let u have them for a certain fee. Email me at email@example.com if your interested. Thanks.
I had the same problem on mine about a year ago. As I was getting ready for a road trip, I asked my trusty local wrench what he thought would be a good solution and on his advice I put some air shocks on. Now, I can adjust the rear end level depending on the load. So far so good! If you put the shocks on yourself, they'll run about $60 for the pair.