Agree 100% with this , Mark
Studebaker guys use mopar SS springs and put a stude leaf to Match them up , essentially . More in depth info there .
Springs that are run nearer the stress level allowed in spring steels will bend more at load changes ride softer on bumps but will fail sooner and sag . One big dip or trunk of gear overloads it, goes beyond yield point bends spring. Nothing “wrong “ with that spring , but bad shocks allow the repetitive bends on dips . Wrecks spring. Also a limited number of times bending a lot is all you get . More leafs is the answer . I would not hassle Eaton . They help us . If it sat right in beginning and spring is applied correctly ( factory too soft on non J?) other causes come in . Go up one leaf —-car is just way better , bends less lasts forever
Point in setting torsion bar is excellent . That shop is really good .
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On 30 Nov 2017, at 11:11 am, 'Mark Lindahl' mplindahl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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