SPLIT MONO LEAF?

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mustangcobra438
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SPLIT MONO LEAF?

Post by mustangcobra438 » Mon Jun 01, 2015 7:34 pm

anyone build their own split mono leaf system out of common available landrum or afco chrysler style leafs?
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Re: SPLIT MONO LEAF?

Post by pdq67 » Thu Jun 04, 2015 12:18 pm

I still don't get the purpose of "split mono-leaf" springs??

Pleas educate me.

Thanks,

Now I do like what is a double main leaf spring with the second leaf rolled around the front spring eye. I think Chicane67, who used to be over at team Camaro years ago, used to push them if not mistaken..

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Re: SPLIT MONO LEAF?

Post by mustangcobra438 » Mon Jun 15, 2015 4:54 pm

pdq67 wrote:I still don't get the purpose of "split mono-leaf" springs??

Pleas educate me.

Thanks,

Now I do like what is a double main leaf spring with the second leaf rolled around the front spring eye. I think Chicane67, who used to be over at team Camaro years ago, used to push them if not mistaken..

pdq67
Honestly in my opinion its mainly for application ease bur I could be completely wrong.
I've used split and non split with success. It just seems to be thar split leaf design in so you can purchase the same chrysler spring and make it fit any vehicle you want.
Anyone else shine some light on this?

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Re: SPLIT MONO LEAF?

Post by chevy art » Tue Jun 16, 2015 11:05 am

john calvert makes the split monoleaf springs and he can give you different spring rates in the rear portion of spring to raise or lower you cars rear ride height. art

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