Saggy Springs: Add-a-Leaf, Bastard Pack, or other option?
My rear springs (well all of my springs really) have begun to sag to the point of being basically flat, and invert whenever I am climbing and there is a lot of weight on them. I know that add-a-leaf is a cheap way to restore some arch, but how long does it last and how do they ride? Also, I see a lot of cherokee owners composing their own Bastard Packs, usually using most of their own leaves and some from a donor S-10 or other dodge pickup, however, I could not find any YJ owners doing this. Has anyone else had any experience with this? Can I make a bastard pack just like a Cherokee? Also, are there any other options to this problem, preferably relatively cheap? (I'm on a student budget) I know I can get them re-arched, but it seems like this would just further fatigue the metal and will end up right back where it was. Any advice, help, experiences, and especially pictures are greatly appreciated!!
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