Chevy Spring Swap Kits
- (2) Sloped Chevy Spring Hangers
- (2) CNC Laser-cut and CNC Press-bent Shackles
- (2) Rear Shackle Hangers with Bushings
- (2) 18MM Bolts and Crimp Nuts
- (4) 9/16" Bolts with Washers and Nuts
- (4) 9/16" U-bolts with Thick Washers and Hi-Nuts
- (2) HD U-bolt Plates
Trail Gear Chevy Spring Swap Kits allow you to install Chevy 63" Long Leaf Springs on to your toyota ride. 63" Chevy springs give your vehicle added flex and a softer ride. Making your toyota ride like a dream on and off road. The difference between Chevy's springs and the stock Toyota's is unbelievable, you will need this kit to install them because the Chevy spring is 2.5" wide compared to the approximate 2.25" width of the Toyota leaf.
Since the Chevy leaf spring bushing is 3" wide and will not work with factory Toyota hangers, this kit is designed to work with the Toyota width hangers. The kit includes 6" eye-to-eye laser-cut and press-bent shackles. The rear upper shackle hanger is a Toyota hanger, allowing you choose to go back to Toyota leaves in the future and you won't have to scramble trying to find another hanger. The 1/4-inch thick plate laser-cut and formed front hangers are sloped allowing you to easily slide over obstacles.
- Works with Popular Chevy 63" Leaf Springs
- CNC Laser Cut 1/4" Steel Brackets
- All Hardware Included
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