Originally Posted by XxfirmanxX
... about $250 bucks cheaper for the kit your paying for the name.
It sounds like it's not just the name you'll be paying for, it's quality materials and a piece that actually works for what it was bought to do, without having to modify major components just to get a crappy set of springs to work. Save yourself the headache and fork over a minimum of $400 for a set of quality springs. Either that, or get the longer shackles, wait and hope that the crappy springs break in and straighten out a bit. Waiting for the springs to break in could take years, depends on yer driving habits. I broke my Skyjacker's Soft-Ride springs in in about a month or so, of course I was slamming her into terraces and any small hill out in the pasture to grab any kind of air with which to flex the springs or break the frame. Luckily the springs broke in first. But the ride is smooth and flex is nice now. I'm glad I spent the extra dough on a quality set of springs. I does make a difference. My 2cents of course.