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Old 05-31-2017, 11:44 PM
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Question (13 leaf) leafspring help

Hey everyone I have decided to just refurbish my old leaf springs as they look to be in decent shape and the fact I can not find replacements. My 1964 Kaiser radio rig has 13 leafs. All the replacements have 10 or less. Is this normal, have any of you had this problem? All of the replacement parts such as clips and bolts are for a 2.5 in set up and my leafs are 3in thick and 45.5 in from center of eyelet to center of eyelet. Bushings are no issue but everything else has just baffled me. Why is my Jeep so different?

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You may want to contact:
https://www.kaiserwillys.com/ as they have parts for older Jeeps. My 67 has 13 leaf springs and in fact I have an extra set for the rear axle.

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if you have a '64 M38a1 military jeep, go to willysmjeeps and g503.com for military part advise
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