There is National Spring in El Cajon. Bee Line alignment near Pacific Beach and a bunch of other places. It still depends on the actual problem. Are the springs bent, shackle bent or broken, center bolt broken or any of a dozen other things.
I don't think I would trust any of the specialty off road shops to work on a YJ; the guys there have probably never seen one since it's most likely older than they are.
Describe what's going on in as much detail as possible, unless it's a secret. Pictures are good too.
It sounds like your boy bend the main leaf, What brand spring dos he have on there ?
And is it the front or the back that is doing that ?
If it's the front is the shackle in front of the tire or behind it ?
It's MY jeep! Passenger side shackle has inverted on me on three different occasions. Two were while offroading, and one was while flat towing. i believe the flat towing was due to driving/turning out of a semi-steep driveway. Anyway, I don't know what brand of springs I have. I bought it that way and previous owner didn't know either. So what i've noticed is when the springs flex, the bottom end of the shackles bend inward-towards the vehicle, rather that outward/away. I've read on blogs and sites (such as Quadratec) that it isn't unheard of for this to happen, and some simply fabricate a bump stop of sorts, or use tow shackles, only use them with the pin/tow connection point facing inward, thereby prohibiting flex above 45 degrees.
Attached is a photo of the current setup. Thanks in advance
Thanks- I have read that post before, and am glad that I read it again.
It's hard for me (a novice) to know what the best thing to do is since every setup is different. Boomerangs seems like the cheapest fix for now, although I'd have to find a different way to flat tow.