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I have a broken rear leaf spring and I'd like to replace the rear leaf and front coils with aftermarket. I DO NOT want to lift the truck. What are my options?

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You could always replace the rears with a full rear lead, and get rid of the block. As for front coils I don't really see any reason to buy aftermarket if you're not looking for any lift.

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Leveling, maybe. 4 or 6 inch lift, no.



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On the deaver spring website it shows rear springs for $247, which sounds great. But for fitment it shows 99-04, I have an 05



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I sent an email to deaver spring, we'll see what they have to say. Anyone else know of any alternative companies for stock replacement leaf springs?



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I've been emailing deaver spring back and forth this morning, $400 for a pair of stock replacements, seems reasonable.



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atlas spring, is another quality one.



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