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post #1 of 4 Old 07-17-2009, 08:46 AM Thread Starter
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Xj leaf clips

i had a lift put on about amonth ago and i started to hear a loud metal to metal sound. lastnight i put in the air to change the oil and all my clips that hold the leafs together are broke. there just thin cheap clips i was wondering what some of yall might use? i run 35" tires so i was told that i might be wraping the springs. not sure on that becuase they should have held.


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post #2 of 4 Old 07-17-2009, 09:02 AM
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Many auto parts stores and any spring and suspension shop will have leaf spring clips. They are also called rebound clips. You can find them on-line also. Print out the picture in case the counterman is a little "slow".

http://www.huskyspring.com/main.taf?cat=160

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Print out the picture in case the counterman is a little "slow".

http://www.huskyspring.com/main.taf?cat=160

Good call. I need to start doing that. I nearly went to blows with some NAPA Counter Jockey trying to explain I needed Control Arm Bushings to him...

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i still dont think that they will be thick enough

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